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Setting up and using Google Pay
What is Google Pay?
Google PayTM is a fast, simple and secure way to pay in millions of places — online, in stores, and more. It brings together everything you need at checkout and protects your payment info with multiple layers of security. Plus, you can manage your Google Pay account wherever you want - on the web or in the app.
Pay in stores with speed and security
With Google Pay, you can pay above the £45 contactless card limit in countless stores (merchant limits apply) just by unlocking your phone and holding it near the terminal. When you pay in store, Google Pay doesn’t share your actual card number, so your information stays secure. Plus, you can check out faster with the device that’s already in your hand – no need to dig for your wallet.
Use Google Pay wherever you see the contactless or Google Pay symbols.
Google Pay is available on most Android devices with 'NFC' (Near Field Communication) running Android Lollipop® 5.0 and higher.
Your step by-step guide:
To set up Google Pay, you need to add your eligible cards to the Google Pay app on your Android device.
To add a card:
Select '+' to add your card and billing address details
Read and accept the terms and conditions
Follow the on-screen instructions to verify your card
Wahoo, you're done. Once your card is verified, you are ready to use Google Pay
If you want to add multiple cards in Google Pay, you will need to add each one separately.