Activation of your ICICI Credit Card
ICICI Bank is the largest private bank in India, providing financial services and retail banking products to millions of customers at over 4,400 branches. This highly-recognized bank provides a full spectrum of services, from bank accounts to investment advice and credit cards. Their line of cards includes ATM/bank cards, Travel credit cards, and standard consumer Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards.
If you’ve been issued a credit card from ICICI, you will need to activate it before using it to make a purchase. Activation is simple, and we’ve provided the steps below to get you on your way:
Activate an ICICI Credit Card Online
To begin, you will need to register for a proprietary ICICI account. Known as 3D Secure Service, this online banking system will be your means of activating the card and navigating through your account.
Once you’ve arrived on the site, you will need to start the registration process. Click “New User – Register Now” to begin.
Once you’ve agreed to the terms and conditions, you will be asked to enter information from the card.
Activating Your ICICI Card Over the Phone
If your card did not come with a phone activation number, you may call the ICICI Customer Care number associated with your region. Please visit this site for a complete list of ICICI customer care phone numbers.
Quick & Easy Activation Instructions
Start out at the ICICI 3D Secure login screen. Enter the requested information and proceed through the registration process. Your activation should be complete within moments.
Need more assistance? Contact ICICI Customer Service: A complete list of CS numbers can be found here.
Tips for New Credit Card Users:
- To decrease the likelihood of identity theft, sign the back of your card before using it.
- Be sure to read your cardholder agreement carefully.
Get the most out of your new card! Familiarize yourself with all of the card’s benefits and use them; sometimes perks like car rental insurance or roadside assistance are buried in the fine print of the cardholder agreement.