HUMM IS THE ONLY BUY NOW PAY LATER SERVICE THAT’S PERFECT FOR BOTH THE ‘LITTLE THINGS’ AND ‘BIG THINGS’ IN LIFE.
Shop now and pay later with Humm, now available at Designer Appliances.
Humm (once known as Certegy Ezi-Pay and Oxipay respectfully) is an interest-free provider that’s a new addition to the Betta range of “Buy Now and Pay Later” options.
For buying ‘Little things’, you get up to $2,000 and your choice to repay fortnightly in 5 or 10 slices – that’s 2.5 or 5 months (purchases under $500 are not eligible for 5 months repayment plans). You can even pay for ‘Little things’ weekly if it’s better for you. Plus each repayment frees your balance to spend again.
For buying ‘Big things’, you can apply in store for anything up to $6,000 – just look for a humm retailer. Then, depending on what you’re buying and where, you can choose to repay in 6, 12 or 24 months.
What is Humm?
Humm helps everyday Australians Buy Now Pay Later. Our payment plans are great value because humm customers pay no interest ever
Who Can Humm?
You just need to tick these boxes:
- Live in Australia
- Be at least 18yo
- Have a valid email address and mobile number
- Own an Australian debit or credit card
- Have an Australian drivers licence, passport or Medicare card
Why Do I Have Two Amounts - one for 'Big Things, One for 'Little Things’?
Humm realise you have two different types of spending. First, there’s everyday spending – little amounts you want to pay back fast. Then, there’s big purchases, where you need more time to repay. With humm, you can handle both quickly, easily and from the same portal.
How Do I Shop With Humm?
Humm is fast and simple to use no matter where you prefer to shop:
- Online, simply select humm at checkout and you will be taken through to humm to confirm your payment
- In store, log into the humm portal and generate a barcode. Simply take this to the checkout with your purchase and they will scan or input the code
No Hidden Fees. No Interest.
Humm makes their money by charging their retailers directly, so that they can keep your costs at zero. The same goes for fees, with the exception of a $6 late fee if you miss a payment.