ANZ with Google Pay

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Get started today and add your eligible ANZ cards to the Google Pay app to tap and pay using your compatible deviceSuperscript 1.

Android™ users, here’s a simple and secure way to pay using your compatible Android device and an eligible ANZ card.

Not with ANZ?

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Want it simple?

No wallet required. Once you set up Google Pay as your default ‘tap and pay’ app, simply wake your phone, place it near a contactless terminal and you’re doneSuperscript 2.

Need it secure?

When you use the Google Pay app, your card number is never shared with the merchant or stored on your deviceSuperscript 1.

Your device will need to be unlocked to pay after a maximum number of consecutive transactions have been made. For payments over $100, you’ll need to enter your card PIN at the terminal.

Lost your card?

Don’t let a lost card interrupt your day. At ANZ we’ve developed a way to securely replace your lost or stolen credit or debit card directly on your Android deviceSuperscript 3. You even get to keep the same PIN. All you need to do is call us. Wherever you are, or whatever you’re doing, with ANZ you can keep moving.

Find out more

Not with ANZ?

See our range of eligible ANZ cards and get started with Google Pay today.

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Google Pay can be used with a wide range of ANZ debit and credit cards

  • ANZ Access cardSuperscript 4
  • ANZ Access Visa Debit
  • ANZ Balance Visa
  • ANZ Business Visa Debit
  • ANZ Business One
  • ANZ Business One Black
  • ANZ First
  • ANZ First Low Interest
  • ANZ Frequent Flyer Gold
  • ANZ Frequent Flyer Visa
  • ANZ Frequent Flyer Visa Black
  • ANZ Frequent Flyer Visa Black (Private Bank)
  • ANZ Frequent Flyer Visa Platinum
  • ANZ Frequent Flyer Visa Platinum (Private Bank)
  • ANZ Platinum
  • ANZ Low Rate
  • ANZ Rewards Visa
  • ANZ Rewards Visa Black
  • ANZ Rewards Visa Paycard
  • ANZ Rewards Visa Platinum
  • ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures Visa
  • ANZ Visa Paycard
  • ANZ Corporate Card
  • ANZ Visa Purchasing Card

Get your business onto Google Pay

Want to take payments in-app and in-store? ANZ Merchant Services has a range of solutions to suit your needsSuperscript 4.

  • Accept Google Pay within apps with ANZ
    Google Pay lets your customers with eligible ANZ cards speed through check-out, instead of keying in card details. Start accepting Google Pay within your business’s app todaySuperscript 4.
    ANZ Secure Gateway has easy integration options with Google Pay, enabling your business to reach new customers.

    Find out more about accepting Google Pay in-app
  • ANZ point of sale solutions
    Give your customers more ways to pay you in-store, or wherever you’d like to accept payments.

    Find out more ANZ point of sale solutions

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. Terms and conditions apply to the use of Google Pay.
  2. Most Australian merchants already accept ANZ Access card with Google Pay (or eftpos Tap and Pay). Remaining merchants are expected to complete their merchant terminal upgrades to facilitate these payments shortly.
  3. Available if your eligible ANZ card is currently loaded onto your digital wallet.
  4. ANZ Access card with Google Pay is currently not available for payments in apps or for use overseas.

Google Pay supports many ANZ credit and debit cards. For the full list of ANZ cards supported please click here to view eligible cards.

Android, Google Pay, and the Google Logo are trademarks of Google LLC.

Terms and conditions apply to the use of the ANZ App. Find out more.

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