28 Degrees credit card now offers Android Pay

Sally McMullen 11 October 2017 NEWS


Cardholders can now tap and pay with their Android, Apple and Samsung devices.

Android Pay has added another card issuer to its Australian ranks this week. 28 Degrees cardholders can now use their Android devices to make contactless payments at tap and go terminals.

28 Degrees is now one of more than 50 card providers to offer Android Pay, joining issuers such as Commonwealth Bank, ANZ, Westpac and American Express.

If you don’t already have Android Pay, you can download it for free from the Google Play store. Then you can enter your 28 Degrees card details into the app and start making contactless payments wherever Android Pay is accepted.


When you use Android Pay to make purchases, it doesn’t send your actual credit or debit card number with your payment. Instead, it uses a virtual account number to represent your account details, so that your finances remain secure. If your phone is lost or stolen, you can use the Android Device Manager to instantly lock it, secure it with a new password or wipe it clean of your personal data.

Not an Android fan? 28 Degrees cardholders can also use Apple Pay or Samsung Pay to make digital payments with their smartphone.

Compare other credit cards that offer Android Pay and see our contactless payments guide for more information.

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