With Apple Pay, it’s easy to make safe, secure payments or get cash out on the move. Plus, by choosing eftpos you’ll get real time balances with every transaction, helping you stay on top of your spending. eftpos is available on Apple Pay through lots of banks and financial institutions – you can find all the details here.
Your money, well spent
Use your own money for day-to-day transactions
Stay up to date with real time balances
Feel confident your card details are never shared
Pay on the go with eftpos Mobile Pay
If your debit card has an eftpos logo, you may be able to make eftpos your default way to pay. If it’s enabled (and you’re with a participating bank) it’s as simple as adding your debit card to your digital wallet, and choosing eftpos as your default payment method before you tap. Can’t see eftpos as an option? Find out what to do here.
Here's how to get set up
With this smart wallet, you can make secure payments by simply swiping up – plus, keep track of your finances with real time balances by choosing eftpos.
Right now, you can use eftpos with Samsung Pay on Samsung phones, and it may soon be available via the Galaxy Watch. To see participating banks and financial institutions or find out more, check our FAQ.
Google Pay is the fast, simple way to make mobile payments in thousands of places – bringing together everything you need at the checkout, and keeping your info safe and sound.
eftpos on Google Pay gives you secure access to your own money in real time, and it can even help you avoid pesky surcharges. Here are the details of the banks and financial institutions Google Pay is available through, plus more info on how it works.
More to love about eftpos + mobile pay
It’s super secure
Payments made in digital wallets are tokenised which means no one sees your details.
It’s good for Australia
eftpos transactions are processed on Australian infrastructure, and our revenue goes straight back into our local economy.
You’ll need a mobile device that’s mobile-pay enabled, and your bank will need to be signed up with the right Mobile Pay method for your device (for example, Apple Pay if you have an iPhone) and have eftpos enabled. The good news is that the vast majority of Aussie banks and financial institutions are now offering Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, with eftpos becoming more widely available all the time.
Very! That’s because it uses Australia’s first domestic Token Service Provider (TSP) for added payments security (one of the first schemes to do so). Simply speaking, TSP makes payments safer by replacing the card number with a unique digital identifier known as a payment token.
This means that when you use your phone to pay in stores, Mobile Pay doesn’t send your debit card number with your payment – so your card details stay safe.
You can spend the same amount as you can using your debit card. This limit will be set by whoever issued your card, and they tend to vary. To find out more, get in touch with your bank or financial institution.
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