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Mobile Bill Pay

Mobile Bill Pay

Out of Pocket? Look in your pocket.

Your phone can help you pay bills, anywhere, anytime.

Take a layer of stress out of your busy life with Mobile Bill Pay. You can add payees, schedule bill payments, review previous payments and pending payments, and turn any one-time bill payment into a recurring payment – all from your Apple or Android device!



Here’s how it works:

  1. Step 1: Open the Texas Trust credit union app and tap Bill Pay on the main menu
  2. Step 2: Tap Pay Bill
  3. Step 3: Verify the account your bill will be paid from
  4. Step 4: Select the payee from your payee list (You can add new payees through the app.)
  5. Step 5: Enter the amount you want to pay.
  6. Step 6: Schedule the day your bill will be paid.
  7. Step 7: Tap Submit

Once you’ve submitted your payment, you can make another transaction, where you can edit or cancel the payment you just scheduled, review previous payments, upcoming payments, and view your payee list.

At Texas Trust, we want banking to be a breeze – so get the app today to enjoy another layer of 24/7 convenience!

Mobile Bill Pay

Even when you've planned ahead, life can happen. Now you can make sure that your bills are paid, even when you're not near a computer. Texas Trust Mobile Bill Pay puts control at your fingertips with your Apple or Android device.

No need to plan "screen time" to get your payments scheduled. Pay your bills the convenient way!

How simple is Mobile Bill Pay?

Watch the video to see it in action!



To learn more, check out our Mobile Bill Pay FAQ or call 972-263-5171.

Mobile Bill Pay features:

  • Schedule bill payments from your supported mobile device.
  • Review/Edit payments that were previously scheduled.
  • Take any one time bill payment and turn it into a recurring payment


Serving Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Henderson, Johnson, Tarrant, and Tom Green Counties with branches in Arlington, Athens, Bedford, Cedar Hill, Flower Mound, Grand Prairie, Hurst, Irving, Mansfield, Midlothian, and San Angelo

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