Choose from our host of convenient premium payment options

To continue receiving policy benefits, it is important that you pay your premium regularly and on time. We, at ICICI Prudential Life, have made this simple and hassle-free for you. Use any of these premium payment options, to make sure your family is always secured.

Online Credit/Debit Card Payment

Easily pay your premium online, using your Amex, Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card.

SWIFT Transfer from Foreign Bank Account

If you wish to pay premium using your foreign bank account, you can do so by instructing your banker to transfer money electronically through SWIFT.

Check the list of countries and currencies for which SWIFT code facility is available.

 

 

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You can pay in Indian Rupee equivalent foreign currency from your foreign bank account: By instructing your Banker to remit money electronically via SWIFT into our bank account.

The SWIFT codes are available for the following 13 currencies:

US Dollar – USD

Euro – EUR

Great Britain Pound – GBP

Singapore Dollar – SGD

Japanese Yen – JPY

Australian Dollar – AUD

New Zealand Dollar – NZD

South Africa, Rand – ZAR

Swiss Franc – CHF

Saudi Riyals – SAR

Arab Emirates Dirhams – AED

Sweden, Kronor – SEK

Canadian Dollar – CUD

 

Internet Banking Payment

You can pay your premium by logging in to your Non-Resident External (NRE) or Non-Resident Ordinary (NRO) internet banking account.

Check the list of banks whose internet banking facilities you can access to pay your premium.

Cheque Payment

You can pay your premium through a cheque in Indian rupees, from any of the following Indian Bank accounts, held in your name

  • Non-Resident (External) Rupee Account (NRE Account)
  • Non-Resident Ordinary Account (NRO Account)
  • Foreign Currency Non Residential (FCNR) Account  

Check the list of locations where you can drop your cheque.

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