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ANZ Brings Apple Pay Support To Eftpos Cards

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ANZ, the first Australian bank which brought Apple Pay to their customers has expanded support even further by enabling eftpos cards.

The announcement sees ANZ being the first bank in Australia to bring innovative new services and features to their customers for the second time.

Apple Pay Eftpos

The partnership between ANZ, eftpos Australia and Apple will see 1.6 million ANZ customers who use eftpos Access Cards being able to make purchases in-stores around Australia by using Apple Pay – Apple’s secure mobile payment system.

eftpos Acting CEO, Mr Paul Jennings, said Apple Pay with eftpos will provide ANZ eftpos Access cardholders with the ability to make eftpos purchases on their iPhone or Apple Watch using their own money, processed in real time.

This means they will be able to make payments in-stores wirelessly by using their iPhone or even Apple Watch with the added benefit of security. They will not have to share their card details with the merchant and their account preference can be set whether it is cheque or savings (CHQ/SAV).

How To Set Up

It is very easy to start using Apple Pay, simply open up the “Wallet” app on your iPhone running iOS 11 and follow the steps. ANZ has also provided a detailed step-by-step setup.

To start using eftpos with Apple Pay:

  • Have an ANZ Access card (ANZ also supports many other card types)
  • Ensure you are running iOS 11 on your iPhone
  • Open the Wallet App
  • Follow the prompts

More information can be found on the ANZ website. For more on Apple Pay including which banks support the service in Australia and which cards can be used, head over to Apple’s website.

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