Android Pay Now Available

June 07, 2016  


A New Way to Pay

With Android Pay you simply unlock your phone, place it near the payment terminal, and you’re good to go. Tap and pay is that fast, that easy.

With every purchase, you’ll still enjoy the same great rewards and benefits your Security Service cards provide.

 

Shop securely

Android Pay doesn’t use your actual credit or debit card number. Instead, a virtual account number represents your account information keeping your card details safe.

 

Track purchases

As soon as you make a purchase, you’ll see a payment confirmation for your transaction with the merchant’s name and number. So it’s easy to verify your card activity.

 

Simple setup

In the Android Pay app on your device, just take a picture of your card to add it. Be sure to drag your Security Service debit or credit card to the top to make it your default card to keep racking up your rewards!

 

 

What You'll Need to Use Android Pay

You'll need the following to enjoy Android Pay:

  • Tap and Pay:
    • A smartphone or tablet running Android 4.4 (KitKat) or higher with NFC and HCE
    • A merchant with a terminal that supports NFC payments and the ISO 14443 standard
  • In App:
    • A smartphone or tablet running Android 4.4 (KitKat) or higher with NFC and HCE
    • A merchant app selling physical goods and services, that have integrated Android Pay

 

All Security Service credit and debit cards will be available on Android Pay including:

 


FAQ

Is Android Pay secure?

Yes. Android Pay doesn’t use your actual credit or debit card number. Instead, a virtual account number represents your account information keeping your card details safe.


 

What happens if I lose my phone?

Your payment information is not accessible without your Android Pay pattern or PIN. If your phone is ever lost or stolen, you can use Android Device Manager to locate your lost device associated with your Google account while keeping your data intact. You can also use Android Device Manager to set a lock screen, or erase all the data on your device if it's been stolen or lost for good.

If you notice any suspicious activity with your account or if you are unable to lock Samsung Pay, contact us immediately by calling 1.888.415.7878 or visit the nearest branch.

 


 

What should I do if I have an issue adding a payment card to Android Pay?

Contact our Member Contact Center at 1.888.415.7878 to verify you are adding an eligible Security Service MasterCard.

For example, if you have an ATM-only card (this is different from a debit card), you will not be able to add the card to Samsung Pay.


 

Visit the Android Pay website for more information.

 

Android Pay™ is a trademark of Google Inc. Android, Android Pay, and the Android Logo are trademarks of Google Inc.

Android Pay is available on Android smartphones and tablets with Android 4.4 (Kit Kat) or higher, NFC, and HCE.