Introduction of Google Pay
Google Pay is a simple and secure way to pay with your Android phone using the NFC (Near Field Communication) feature on your phone.
What is Google Pay?
Google Pay works just like any contactless payment system, like PayWave and PayPass. Instead of having to fumble through your wallet to find your card, simply tap your Google Pay.
Do things your way – Choose your device, add your DBS credit cards, done
Works with any NFC capable Android device KitKat 4.4 and higher.
It’s really this easy – One tap in stores
Simply unlock your phone, hold it near a contactless terminal, and you’re good to go.
Easily redeem your loyalty cards, gift cards, and special offers at checkout.
Look for these symbols.
Pay safely, securely – Your card info stays safe
Google Pay doesn’t share your actual credit card number with stores.
Your device pin is used to unlock your phone before making a purchase.
Continue to receive all of the protections from your credit card company.
Virtual account number
Your credit card information are assigned a unique virtual account number that’s used at checkout, so your full card details are never shared with the store. Think of it as a digital stand-in for your payment information.
Supported DBS credit cards
All DBS VISA and MasterCard cards can be added to Google Pay. (DBS Black American Express Card, DBS VISA Business Card, DBS ATM Card, DG Privilege Card, Extravaganza Card and First Edible Nest Card are not available at the moment)
Supported Android devices
Newer Android phones (v.4.4 and up)
Access to Google Play Store to download Google Pay app
Galaxy Note 2, 4, 5
S4, S5, S6
A3, A5, A7
Galaxy Grand Prime
*Google Pay eligible implies NFC and HCE-enabled (Host Card Emulation) Android phone running Android 4.4 (KitKat) or higher in 2015.
For details, you may visit support.google.com/androidpay.
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