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Singtel UOB Card Review

Singtel customers can enjoy an annual fee waiver for life, exclusive benefits and a cash rebate with the Singtel UOB Card.

The Singtel UOB Card rewards you for having your phone contract with Singtel and using your credit card to pay your monthly bills. As well as being able to get a cash rebate of up to $30 a month and exclusive benefits, you can receive Singtel vouchers when you reach a minimum spend each year.

If you think you will be a Singtel customer for years to come, this card is worth considering.

Benefits of using Singtel UOB Card

  • Cash rebate. Get a cash rebate of up to $360 per year for monthly GOMO charges and Singtel bills on your Singtel UOB Card.
  • Singtel privileges. Enjoy exclusive benefits at Singtel such as free SIM cards, free registration of add-ons and waiver of re-contract administration fees.
  • MobileShare Supplementary Plan. Get savings of up to $230 when you share data, SMS and talk time between multiple devices in your household.
  • Singtel vouchers. Spend a minimum of $12,000 to receive a $100 Singtel voucher or $24,000 for a $300 voucher. Your Singtel bills are included as eligible transactions.

Features of the Singtel UOB Card

  • Sign-up offer. Receive $150 cash credit (for first 100 successful UOB personal credit card applications) when you apply for a new credit card and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date. T&C apply. Ends 28 Feb 2022.
  • Free card for life. You won’t pay an annual fee for the principal or supplementary cards as long as you keep using your card to pay your Singtel bill. Otherwise, a yearly fee of $192.60 applies for the principal card and a $96.30 fee for supplementary cards.
  • Exclusive rewards. Take advantage of dining, entertainment and shopping deals.
  • Apple Pay. Connect your Singtel UOB Card to your Apple Pay account for fast, contactless payments from your iPhone or Apple Watch.
  • SimplyGo. Pay for your public transport fares with your Singtel UOB Card, removing the need to carry multiple cards.

How to apply for the Singtel UOB Card?

You can start your application for the Singtel UOB Card by visiting this provider’s website. Make sure you meet the eligibility requirements prior to lodging a new application.

If you already a UOB customer then you can log into internet banking and do your application there. If not, make sure that you meet the eligibility criteria below and you have the required documents ready to upload.

Eligibility criteria

  • Minimum age of 21 years old
  • Annual income of at least $30,000 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents or $80,000 for foreigners; or
  • Must be an individual Singtel customer rather than a business

Required documents

For Singaporeans or PR

If you do not have a UOB bank account but are a SingPass holder, you can submit an application using personal information retrieved from MyInfo. Otherwise, you will need to submit the following:

  • Photocopy of your NRIC (front and back)
  • 3 months’ computerised payslip; or
  • Latest 12 months’ CPF statement; or
  • Latest income tax notice of assessment

For self-employed

  • Photocopy of your NRIC (front and back)
  • 2 years’ income tax notice of assessment

For foreigners

  • Photocopy of your passport (with at least 6 months validity)
  • Employment pass (with at least 6 months validity)
  • 3 months’ computerised payslip; or
  • Latest 12 months’ CPF statement; or
  • Latest income tax notice of assessment
  • A bill to show proof of address such as telephone or utilities bill

Bottom line

With plenty to offer those who like to be rewarded as they spend, the Singtel UOB Card is worth comparing to other cards to see if its features are beneficial to you. Exclusive Singtel benefits and the opportunity to get a cash rebate are certainly appealing, as it the annual fee waiver as long as you keep paying your phone bill on your Singtel UOB Card. However, be sure to research your credit card options to find the right card to suit your needs.

Compare other credit cards from UOB

Name Product Reward Cashback Offer Annual Fee Min Income - Singaporean and PR
UOB Absolute Cashback Card
UOB Absolute Cashback Card
Enjoy 1.7% limitless cashback with no minimum spend and no spend exclusions.
Enjoy 1.7% limitless cashback with no minimum spend and no spend exclusions.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $192.60 thereafter
$30,000
Apply and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date and receive $150 cash credit. T&Cs apply. Valid until 28 Feb 2022.
UOB One Credit Card
Apply and spend at least $3,000 within 30 days and get the latest Secretlab chair. For first 200 new-to-UOB credit cardmembers. T&Cs apply.
Up to 10% cashback with some merchants including Grab,7-Eleven and Cold Storage; 6% for Singapore Power Utilities bills; and 5% back on all other retail spending.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $192.60 thereafter
$30,000
Apply and spend at least $3,000 within 30 days and get the latest Secretlab chair. For first 200 new-to-UOB credit cardmembers. T&Cs apply. Valid until 21 Jan 2022.
UOB PRVI Miles American Express Card
Earn 1.4 miles for every $1 spent locally and 2.4 miles for every $1 spent overseas.
Get $150 cash credit when you apply.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $256.80 thereafter
$30,000
Enjoy up to 20,000 bonus miles if you charge $50,000 to your card in a year. Apply today and enjoy free transfers to Changi Airport.
UOB EVOL Credit Card
Enjoy a wide variety of discounts and cashback rebates on dining, entertainment, online shopping and travel.
Up to 8% cashback on online and mobile contactless spend.
$192.60 annual fee
$30,000
Apply and spend at least $1,500 and receive up to $218 cash credit. T&Cs apply. Valid until 28 Feb 2022.
KrisFlyer UOB Credit Card
Earn 3 KrisFlyer miles per $1 when you spend with Singapore Airlines, Scoot and KrisShop and 1.2 KrisFlyer miles per $1 on all other spend.
Receive up to 3,000 miles and $150 cash credit when you apply for a new credit card and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $192.60 thereafter
$30,000
Apply and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days and receive $150 cash credit and up to 3,000 miles. For first 100 new-to-UOB credit cardmembers. T&Cs apply. Valid until 28 Feb 2022.
UOB Lady's Card
Earn 10X UNI$ (or 20 miles) per $5 spent on a chosen spending category with no min. spend required, and 1X UNI$ (or 2 miles) on other purchases.
Receive $150 cash credit when you apply for a new credit card. T&C apply.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $192.60 thereafter
$30,000
Apply and spend at least $1,500 and receive up to $218 cash credit. T&Cs apply. Valid until 28 Feb 2022.
UOB PRVI Miles Visa Card
6 air miles for every $1 spent through Expedia, Agoda and UOB Travel
Receive $150 cash credit when you apply for a new credit card and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $256.80 thereafter
$30,000
Receive $150 cash credit (for first 100 successful UOB customers applications) when you apply for a new credit card and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date. T&C apply. Ends 28 Feb 2022.
UOB PRVI Miles World Mastercard
Earn 1.4 miles per $1 spent locally and 2.4 miles per $1 spent overseas, including online shopping.
Receive $150 cash credit when you apply for a new credit card.
$0 annual fee for the first 1 year and $256.80 thereafter
$30,000
Receive $150 cash credit (for first 100 successful UOB personal credit card applications) when you apply for a new credit card and spend at least $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date. T&C apply. Ends 28 Feb 2022.
UOB Visa Infinite Metal Card
Get 2 air miles per $1 spent overseas and 1.4 air miles per $1 spent locally
N/A
$642 annual fee
$150,000
Receive up to 25,000 miles (UNI$12,500) when you’ve paid the annual fee. T&Cs apply.
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