Bank of Sydney joins Android Pay in Australia

Bank of Sydney joins Android Pay, Google's Digital Wallet, in Australia.

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Android Pay is the simple and secure way to pay on mobile devices. It’s available at shops across Australia, wherever NFC payments are accepted. 

Soteris Hadjikyriacou, Head of Marketing, Bank of Sydney, said, “We’re proud to be helping our customers tap into exciting new ways to pay. Android Pay gives our customers added value by providing another way to use their Bank of Sydney Credit and debit cards to pay for purchases with their mobile devices.” 

“We're excited to bring the simplicity and security of mobile payments to Android users in Australia. Using Android Pay is more secure — and much faster — than rummaging through your wallet for a plastic card. Starting today, Bank of Sydney customers will be able to use Android Pay at almost 900,000 contactless payment terminals across Australia." 

"With Android Pay, customers can use their Android phones to make purchases in stores and in apps. It offers a fast, simple and secure way to use a card to buy things in-app or in-store—all without pulling out a physical wallet. It’s a secure, mobile purchasing system that works with Android devices running KitKat (4.4) or higher."