You can use Android PayTM with your Halifax debit or credit card. It’s the simple, secure way to make everyday payments with your Android phone using the latest contactless technology. It’s safe and secure because when you shop at a retailer, Android Pay doesn’t send your actual credit or debit card number with your payment. Instead we use a virtual account number to represent your account information – so your card details stay safe.
Android Pay can be used on Android devices with contactless capability (NFC), running the latest Android Operating System, and the Android Pay app downloaded. Some card restrictions apply.*
To protect you from fraud, we may restrict the value or number of payments you can make using Android Pay, so please make sure you carry your debit and credit cards with you just in case. Some retailers will also limit individual payments to £30.
To use Android Pay you need to have the app installed, so check if you already have it on your device. If not, go to the Google Play store and search Android Pay. If you can see it on the Google Play store it means your device is compatible.
You can add your Halifax debit or credit cards to Android Pay in a few simple steps:
Find Android pay on the Google Play store:
For in store payments under £30, simply wake your device and hold it near the contactless reader (no need to open the app). Your device will beep or vibrate, and you'll receive a confirmation on screen to show your payment was made.
For in app purchases, look for the “Buy with Android Pay” button at checkout. Tap it and follow the prompts to complete your payment.
Payment will always be taken from the default card in your Android Pay wallet.
Terms & conditions
*Card and account type restrictions include: Electron cards, Visa credit cards and additional credit card holders, non-personal accounts, Basic Bank Accounts and customers under 13 years.
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Android, Android Pay, and the Android and Google Play logos are trademarks of Google Inc.
The Android Robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.