Apple and Goldman Sachs are once again allowing Apple Card customers affected by the coronavirus to defer their monthly payment without incurring any interest charges whatsoever.

Apple and Goldman Sachs, the bank the Cupertino technology giant has partnered with to launch the Apple Card back in 2019, have effectively extended the existing program for deferring March, April and May payments by one more month into June 2020.

The latest extension was first reported today by 9to5Mac.

As long as an Apple Card customer has enrolled in the COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program, they are permitted to defer their June payment without incurring any interest charges — provided they have been negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

For more information, check out a support document on Apple’s website.

To enroll in Apple Card’ COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program, open the Wallet app and tap your Apple Card. Now tap the three-dotted menu, then select the message bubble icon to launch chat. Lastly, send a message saying that you would like enroll in the program.

The system will send an email confirmation of your enrollment.