If you are one of the Android users in Australia then there is good news for you. Google has launched Android Pay in Australia. It has not been even couple of months Android Pay was launched in Singapore (first country in Asia to have Android Pay) and now it is available in Australia. Android Pay is already available in the U.S. and UK. Android Pay is said to be last major mobile payment service to come to Australia. Apple Pay and Samsung Pay have already been operating in Australia.
Android Pay In Australia
Android Pay will be available to customers with Visa and Master cards issued by 25 banks and credit unions, including ANZ, Macquarie, as well as American Express cardholders. It is expected to include some more banks in future which will help people of Australia with different bank accounts.
Android Pay is accepted in the different stores like 7-Eleven, Brumby’s Bakery, Coles Supermarkets, Crust Gourmet Pizza, Domino’s Pizza, Donut King, Gloria Jean’s Coffees, with McDonald’s “coming soon” and many more to add in near future.We can also use Android Pay to check out within some apps like Catch of the Day, Deliveroo, EatNow, Hotel Tonight, Kogan.com, Menulog and many more.
It will definitely going to make some positive impact in Australia in terms of Payment.Here is a catch. Now you no longer have to remember a PIN, create a strong password or do anything new to authenticate the transaction, as the phone’s ability to make payments is secured by the number, pattern or fingerprint you already use.
Samsung Pay and Apple Pay will have one more competitor in Australia. There are large numbers of people who use Android Phone. It is obvious that most people who don’t own either a Samsung or Apple phone, most likely own an Android device. Just download the Android Pay App from Google Play Store and make the payment simple and secure anytime anywhere.
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