Australia, say hello to Android Pay.
Android users, your time has come. Here’s a simple and secure way to pay using your compatible Android phone1 and an eligible ANZ card.
Want it simple?
No wallet required. Simply wake your phone, place it near a contactless terminal and you’re done.
Need it secure?
When you use Android Pay™, your card number is never shared with the merchant or stored on your phone.
Your phone will need to be unlocked to pay after a maximum number of consecutive transactions have been made. For payments over $100, you’ll need to enter a PIN at the terminal.
Itching to use Android Pay?
- Download the Android Pay app free from the Google Play™ store.
- Open the Android Pay™ app and tap the ‘+’ sign to add a card.
- Use your phone camera to capture your card information or you can manually enter the card details.
- Enter your card’s expiry date and security code, followed by your billing address and mobile number. Then tap ‘save’ to confirm you agree to the Google terms and conditions.
- Read and accept the ANZ with Android Pay Terms & Conditions.
- For security purposes, we may ask you to call us or send you a verification code via SMS.
- Need detailed steps to set up Android Pay on your phone?
Not with ANZ?
See our range of eligible ANZ cards and get started with Android Pay today.
To find out more about ANZ with Android Pay, visit anz.com/androidpay.
1. Compatible Android phones are NFC (Near Field Communication) enabled with HCE (Host Card Emulation) support and using Android 4.4 KitKat or above.
Terms and conditions apply to the use of Android Pay. Android, Android Pay, the Android Logo, Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google Inc.
Android Pay supports many ANZ credit and debit cards. Find out more about the full list of supported ANZ cards.
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