Deposit replenishment via Internet

Transfer from card to deposit in Internet-Banking

From January 22, 2007 you can replenish your savings and current account opened with BTA by transfers from payment cards.

Service benefits:

  • service within the system irrelevant of the geographic position;
  • economy of your personal time;
  • account replenishment without minimum amount limitations;
  • beneficial conversion rate upon crediting to account;
  • instant crediting of cash without fee for transfer.


  • you need to be holder of the basic BTA payment card;
  • be registered in Internet-banking;
  • hold deposit or current account opened with BTA;
  • adjust your card account for transfers.

Cash is credited instantly online, fee for transfer is not charged.

The Bank provides compulsory keeping of amounts transferred to the savings account in a cashless way. Upon withdrawal of funds credited in a cashless way to the deposit and kept less than 30 days fee in the amount of 1,0% in KZT, 1,1% in foreign currency is charged.

More detailed information on Internet Banking is available at: www.bta.kz/en/personal/ibank/.

24/7 Online Unit

If you have no time to visit the Bank kindly use our BTA24 online unit. Here you can get detailed information on the products, services and current promo-activities of BTA Bank, specify contact phone numbers, addresses and working hours of our outlets, find nearest ATM, get effective exchange rates and use respective calculators.

The main convenience of BTA24 is a round-the-clock opportunity to make payments and transfers online and constantly expanding range of financial services, including:

  • payment for difference services (mobile and city landline communication, cable TV, utilities, Internet services, insurance companies, education enterprises) and payments into budget (taxes, fines, duties)
  • control over personal bank accounts (card, deposit and loan accounts) and getting statements thereunder at any time required
  • money transfers between BTA Bank cards ("card-to-card"), and between card and deposit accounts opened without our bank
Certificate of State Re-registration of Legal Entity, issued by the RK Ministry of Justice on 24 January, 2008