How does it work?
Android Pay uses NFC communication to make a secure credit/debit card transaction between your smartphone and the payment terminal.
You’ll be prompted to tap your phone to the contactless payment terminal when it’s your turn at the counter.
Use your phone to pay at a supported NFC terminal.
How do I use Google pay on my phone?
Set up the Google Pay app
- Make sure your phone is running Android Lollipop (5.0) or higher.
- Download Google Pay.
- Open the Google Pay app and follow the setup instructions.
- If you have another in-store payment app on your phone: In your phone’s Settings app, make Google Pay the default payment app.
Where can I pay with Google pay?
Download the app on Google Play or the App Store, or visit pay.google.com. Sign in to your Google Account and add a payment method. If you want to use Google Pay in stores, check to see if your phone has NFC.
Can I use Google pay without NFC?
Method 2: Using Google Pay Send without NFC. To use Google Pay Send, you just need information that can be as simple as your friend’s phone number. You may also opt for alternative apps that don’t use NFC in or out of stores, such as: Venmo, PayPal, Samsung Pay, or Square Cash App.
Is it safe to use Google pay?
Before that, the default online payment service offered by Google was Google Checkout. You’re probably wondering if Google Wallet is safe for your debit card information. The short answer is “Yes.” It is very safe; at least, it is much safer than Google Checkout.
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