iPhone Setup Information

Wallet app on iPhone

Compatible iPhone models include iPhone SE and iPhone 6 or later.

Check your Mobile:

When you load your ANZ cardSuperscript 1 to Apple Pay, for security purposes we may send you a verification code via SMS to your registered mobile number. Check that your registered mobile number is up to date so you can receive it.

To Check and Update your REGISTERED Mobile Number:

  1. Log into ANZ Internet Banking

  2. Click on the 'Profile' tab and select
    'Change my personal address/contact details'

  3. Update your registered mobile number


Or call 1800 502 146 and we'll do it for you.

For our ANZ Corporate Card and ANZ Visa Purchasing Card cardholders, please contact 1800 312 920 to check the mobile number we have is up to date.

  1. 1

    Now add your card to Apple Pay. Open the Wallet app. Tap the plus sign in the upper right corner.

    Get it on the Wallet app

  2. 2

    Use your iPhone camera to capture the card's information. You can also enter the card details manually. Next, you may need to enter the card's security code.

  3. 3

    Tap next, and read and agree to the ANZ with Apple Pay Terms and Conditions.

  4. 4

    For security purposes we may ask you to call us; or we may send you a verification code via SMS.

    So check the registered mobile number we have is up to date, by logging into ANZ Internet Banking or call us on 1800 502 146.

    For our ANZ Corporate Card and ANZ Visa Purchasing Card cardholders, please contact 1800 312 920 to check the mobile number we have is up to date.

  5. 5

    You can load multiple ANZ cards and set a default card for payment. Open the Wallet app, then tap and hold the card. Drag it to the front and release. You will receive a notification confirming your new default card setting.

You're ready for ANZ with Apple Pay! Use it anywhere you can tap and pay.

goMoney Setup Information

Setting up Apple Pay with ANZ App

ANZ App is available on iOS 10 and above.

  1. 1 Log into ANZ App and select the account you’d like to pay from.

  2. 2 Tap on the Manage tab.

  3. 3 Tap on Add to Apple Wallet and follow the prompts.

  4. 4 Read and agree to the ANZ with Apple Pay Terms and Conditions.

  5. 5 For security purposes we may ask you to call us; or we may send you a verification code via SMS.

That’s it! You can now start tapping with Apple Pay.

You can load multiple ANZ cards and set a default card for payment. Open the Wallet app, then tap and hold the card. Drag it to the front and release. You will receive a notification confirming your new default card setting.

Apple Watch Setup Information

Apple Watch

  1. 1 You will need to pair your compatible iPhone device with your Apple Watch. Compatible iPhone models for Apple Watch include iPhone 5 and above.

  2. 2 Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

  3. 3 Tap 'Wallet & Apple Pay' and select 'Add Credit or Debit Card' and tap next.

  4. 4 Use your iPhone's camera to scan the card, or manually enter the card details. You won’t need to enter your card’s security (CVV) code.

  5. 5 Tap next, and read and agree to the ANZ with Apple Pay Terms and Conditions.

  6. 6 For security purposes, we may ask you to call us or, in most cases, we’ll send you automatic SMS verification.

Managing your money is super easy

The ANZ goMoney app icon

The ANZ App makes the everyday a little easier with great banking and payment features to manage your money on the go.

  • Use intelligent features like Voice ID to make payments over $1000.
  • View balances, transfer money and make payments simply and easily.
  • Use your fingerprint or a PIN to log in quickly and securely.
Find out more about the ANZ goMoney app

Terms and conditions

  1. Apple Pay supports many ANZ credit and debit cards. For the full list of ANZ cards supported please click here.
  2. Terms and conditions apply to the use of Apple Pay.

    Apple, the Apple logo and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple Pay and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc..

    Content on this page is accurate as at 22 January 2018 and is subject to change.