Can you use your phone to pay contactless?
Mobile payment services allow you to link your credit or debit card to your smartphone so you can pay for goods and services by tapping your phone on the contactless card reader; you don’t need your card with you.
How do I pay with HSBC app?
- Once logged on, select ‘Pay & Transfer’ and choose ‘Make a payment or transfer’
- Select the account you’d like to pay from, and then select then ‘My payees’ tab.
- Select ‘Add a new payee’ twice and then ‘Next’
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the payment.
Is there an app for contactless payment?
Android users can download a variety of different apps, and Google Pay is a great contactless payment service which is also supported by NFC technology for your ease and security. The app was actually formerly known as Android Pay, and it is accepted by most major retailers.
How do I pay through my phone?
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- Step 1: Wake up and unlock your phone. Turn on your phone screen, and then unlock your phone.
- Step 2: Hold the back of your phone close to the payment reader for a few seconds. When you’ve finished paying, a blue tick will appear on the screen.
- Step 3: If prompted, follow the instructions on the screen.
Are HSBC debit cards contactless?
Our debit and credit cards are now contactless and will work at contactless readers throughout the UK allowing you to pay for low value items with a simple tap.
How do I pay contactless UK?
How do I use my contactless card?
- Look. Look for the contactless symbol when paying for any items up to the value of £100.
- Touch. Touch your contactless card against the symbol and hold until the lights turn green.
Which is the best contactless payment app?
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- Google Pay. Google pay first started rolling out in early 2018.
- Apple Pay. The application has been around since 2014.
- Android Pay.
- Samsung Pay.
- Square Wallet.
- Visa payWave.