Openpay 4+

A smarter way to pay

Openpay Pty Ltd

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.0 • 94 Ratings
    • Free

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Buy now. Pay smarter.
Spread your purchases over easy monthly payments with plans up to 6 months. No interest. Ever.

How the app works:
• Easy sign up and approval.
• Pick your plan and repayment date.
• Equal monthly payments.
• Spread the cost over 3–7 monthly instalments.
• Monitor plans and repayments.

What do you need to get started?
• Email address
• Mobile number
• Debit/credit card
• 18+ years old only

Download Openpay and pay smarter today.

What’s New

Version 4.0.4

- With our brand new in-store solution, you can now use Openpay within selected dental and veterinary practices around the UK.
- We’ve also released a new feature allowing customers to check their expected in-store spending limit with our dental and veterinary partners. This helps customers shop with confidence, knowing how much they are likely to be able to spend before making a purchase.
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
94 Ratings

94 Ratings

187becky ,


I love this app unfortunately I find not many retailers to buy from here but they are really amazing and I found very helpful when I called them as I can’t empty my basket and now it’s saying items have sold out but I can’t go to the shops app as open pay is no option to pay I have told open pay about this as really not right when they are on open pay list and I rang them very helpful but I’ve deleted app put it back twice still not empty my basket and now items I want are sold out and it asks me to remove them but still can’t can anyone please help me here as I’m now losing out on items I really wanted thank you

Shiv420 ,

Let me open an account and gave me a £0 limit!

Okay so I’m a regular user of Clearpay, which is like this app, you pay in 4 instalments and pay the first at checkout, it’s great! I love it! I just get frustrated with their current choice of partners.

So, in a bid to try some other stores and not break the bank by paying all at once, I saw this on the App Store and decided to give it a try.

It let me open an account and requested my card details (not bank) which I stupidly put in, it then said that I have a limit of $0 🙄

As I said, I use Clearpay, over time my limit on there has risen to £750, I’ve never even made a late payment with them and have now paid off nearly £1000 with them. I don’t have a terrible credit score and currently have pre-approved credit card offers in my ClearScore account.

So I’m a wee bit confused about this but it just seems it’s like Klarna and they like to be suspicious with how they accept people (won’t accept me but let me make an account and put all of my bank details in before telling me I can’t make a purchase whilst at checkout, but accepted my partner with an identical credit card score to me)

I’m starting to feel like these companies are just mining for card details.

tomshlong ,


Ever since my first purchase on the 21st it has told me everyday since that my next payments are due today so that needs to be updated ASAP...


spoke to customer service and they told me the latest update fixed it. Followed instructions deleted app and reinstalled it even though a update occurs via App Store I still followed instructions and it hasn’t worked, then I mailed back to tell the person who advised me to do that and what a suprise no more replies!

Developer Response ,

Hi Tom, we have recently released an update to the app which should resolve your issues with the payment dates - can you please login and check again? Please provide any feedback to me personally as I'd love to help out to get this sorted for you! thanks so much, Alex

App Privacy

The developer, Openpay Pty Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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