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Mobile wallets are a form of contactless, secure payments on devices using an NFC-enabled smartphone.
Google Wallet's Tap and Pay works on Android devices running 4.4 (KitKat) or higher on any carrier network. Not all devices running KitKat will support Tap and Pay. For the most up-to-date information, visit google.com/wallet.
Apply Pay works on Apple devices operating with iOS 8.1 or later. For the most up-to-date information, visit apple.com/apple-pay.
Android Pay works on all Android smartphones and tablets with KitKat 4.4+. For the most up-to-date information, visit android.com/pay.
Samsung Pay works on Samsung Galaxy S6® and S6 Edge® devices and Samsung Galaxy Note® 5 with Android Lollipop+. For the most up-to-date information, visit samsung.com/us/samsung-pay.
Look for the Tap and Pay, Apple Pay, or contactless icons when you check out at a store. Check with the vendor to make sure the terminal is enabled for contactless payments. Hold your phone to the contactless reader.
For Google Wallet, select the card you want to use.
For Apple Pay, keep your finger on Touch ID without pressing it. If you want to pay with a card other than your default card, don't put your finger on Touch ID, wait for the card image to appear, and then tap it to pull up your list of cards.
Yes—more secure than magnetic stripes! It replaces actual data on the physical card (i.e. the credit card number) with “virtual data,” or a secure token from VISA®. Even if hackers steal tokens, they will not be able to obtain other data associated with your card. The information is useless without your device and the device’s secure log-in information (i.e. your phone’s PIN). If a large retailer’s database is hacked, this principle still applies: the token will be useless without the phone and its user.
You only have to enter your card once when using Android Pay or Android Pay. Aside from that, your card number is not stored anywhere on the phone, but rather replaced by a non-sensitive “token” that is used to transact.
Google Wallet has become exclusive to person-to-person (P2P) payments whereas Android Pay can be used for consumers who wish to make in-store and online purchases.
The last-used card will always appear. Tap to select a different card.
Every mobile wallet secures your card information by encryption or protected code. Mobile wallets are also protected by phone passcodes, PIN before purchase options, and the ability to disable the app remotely. Set up biometric identification, a PIN, or other authentication method to control access to the app.
If someone stole your phone, that person would need your phone’s password (or biometric identification, PIN, etc.) before s/he could make a payment. Your phone’s password is independent of the mobile wallet and in addition to the authentication required for mobile payments.
If your phone is lost or stolen, each mobile payment solution can be shut down remotely.
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