Tap. Pay. Done.

Add your Standard Chartered credit cards to Android Pay on Android devices, and make it the default card for a fast, easy, rewarding way to pay.

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Get started

with these 3 simple steps.

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    Install

    Open your Android Pay app. If you don’t have it, download it from Google Play.

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    Add a card

    To add your Standard Chartered Card, simply scan your card or enter your card details.

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    Start tapping

    Turn on your screen and tap at any contactless terminal and you’re good to go.

Change the way you pay

 

Extra layers of security

  • Protecting your details

    Protecting your details

    Your card details stay safe, as Android Pay uses a unique virtual account number instead of your actual credit or debit card number.

  • Visibility

    Visibility of your purchases

    After every Android Pay transaction, you'll receive a notification that includes the name of the merchant, and transaction amount of the purchase made.

  • Peace of mind

    Peace of mind

    Use Android Device Manager to protect your details or wipe out personal information if your phone was to get lost or stolen.

Use Android Pay anywhere that contactless payments are accepted

  • In-Store

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    Look for one of these symbols at checkout.

  • In-App

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    For in-app purchases, look for the "Buy with Android Pay" button

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Android Pay, Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google Inc.

FAQ

Will my Card work with Android Pay?

The following cards issued by Standard Chartered (Hong Kong) Bank are eligible to use Android Pay: Standard Chartered Credit Card and its Co-branded Card, MANHATTAN Credit Card and its Co-branded Card (except Standard Chartered WorldMiles Card, Standard Chartered UnionPay Credit Card, Standard Chartered Business Card and Standard Chartered Corporate Card).

Are there any additional costs associated with using Android Pay?

No, We will not charge you for using Android pay

Is my device ready for Android Pay?

NFC-enabled devices running on Android 4.4 (KitKat) or higher will support Android Pay. Indicative list below

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 2,4,5
  2. Samsung Galaxy S4, S5, S6
  3. Samsung Galaxy A3, A5, A7
  4. Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime
  5. Sony Xperia Z5
  6. Sony Xperia M4
  7. Sony Xperia C5
  8. Sony Xperia M5
  9. LG G4
  10. Asus ZenFone 2
  11. Nexus 6P
  12. Blackberry PRIV
  13. Huawei MT7-TL10
  14. Alcatel ALE-L21

What is the good practice of protecting my Android device against any potential risk?

Always keep your phone locked when not in use and do not leave your phone unattended.

Where can I use Android Pay?

Android Pay can be used wherever you see the contactless payment symbol. When buying In-apps, just look for the "Buy with Android Pay" button at check out.

Can I load more than one Card?

Yes, you can load more than one card.

How can I change my default Card?

The first card that you add to Android Pay becomes your default payment card. This is the card that'll be charged when you pay with your phone. The first card that you added will remain your default card unless you change it.

Change your default payment card
You can change your default card in two ways:

On your phone

  1. Open the Android Pay app.
  2. If you have multiple Google Accounts in Android Pay: in the top-left corner, touch your name and then choose an account.
  3. Double tap a card and then touch Set as default card.
  4. Or touch and drag a card to the "Default card" spot at the top of the app's Home screen.

On the web

  1. Sign in to payments.google.com.
  2. On the left, click Payment methods.
  3. To the right of a card, click Set as default.

How do I remove my Card from Android Pay?

There are two ways to remove a payment card:

On your phone

  1. Open the Android Pay app.
  2. If you have multiple Google Accounts in Android Pay: in the top-left corner, touch your name and then choose the account that you want to remove a card from.
  3. Double tap the card that you want to remove.
    Scroll down and then touch Remove card.

On the web

  1. Sign in to payments.google.com.
  2. On the left, click Payment methods.
  3. To the right of the card, click Remove.

How do I get a refund for something I purchased with Android Pay?

Process a refund as how you would usually do for any contactless transactions. Select the card you used to make the purchase and hold your device near the contactless terminal. For verification purpose, customer may use the virtual account number to process a return. To view the last four or five digits of the virtual account number go to "Card details" or "Transaction details".

I am having a problem with my device's software or hardware.

Please go to " support.google.com/androidpay " for more information.

Security Tips

How secure is an Android Pay transaction?

Android Pay will create a unique virtual account number for your payment information, your name and full card details are never shown in the app and never shared with the store. Google stores your payment information on secure servers and encrypts it with industry-standard SSL (secure socket layer) technology. If your phone is ever lost or stolen, you can easily find, lock, and erase your phone using Android Device Manager.

What is Tokenization?

Tokenization is a method of replacing your sensitive payment card information (Card Number, Expiration Date, Security code, etc.) with a device-specific ‘Token’ which acts as a surrogate value. In mobile payments, Tokens are used to protect your payment information and to reduce the security risks inherent to plastic cards. Your card information is never stored in your phone.

Can anyone other than myself pay for goods and services using my device?

Anyone with your device ‘Passcode’ or a fingerprint registered to your device will be able to authorise transactions using your Card with Android Pay.

You must keep your device safe and secure, and your device ‘Passcode’ secret. Do not let anyone else to have their fingerprint registered to your device while your Card is registered with it.

My device has been lost or stolen and I want to delete or suspend my Card. What should I do?

Android Device Manager will help you find and erase your phone. Or, simply search "Find my phone" and Google will show you where it is on a map. Also, please call the Bank immediately to block the card/token which is set up on the device.

Alternatively, we can help you to suspend your token so that your cards cannot be used in Android Pay.

What if I lose my Card?

If you lose your card, please contact us immediately at (852) 2886-4111.
Your physical card will be deactivated, and you will not be able to continue to use Android Pay with this card. When we issue you a new card, you will need to register it with Android Pay again.

What if my card is up for renewal?

If you have previously registered your card on Android Pay. When your card is due to renewal, your replacement card will automatically be registered back to Android Pay when you activate your renewal card.

If I receive a replacement Card, do I need to update my Card information with Android Pay on my existing device?

If you lose your physical credit card and then receive a replacement card, you will need to remove the original payment card from Android Pay and register your card again using the new card

What happens when I reset, format or update my device

When performing a factory data reset/ format or update, all payment information in Android Pay will be deleted. You will need to set up and add your credit card information into Android Pay again after your device has been reset.

If I send in my phone for repair, do I have to reset Android Pay?

Please make sure to delete your card information from Android Pay app before sending your device for repair. All payment information in Android Pay will be deleted after the repair and you will need to set up Android Pay and add your payment card information again.

What happens if my device does not recognize my fingerprint?

Please go to " support.google.com/androidpay " for more information.

What is NFC?

Near Field Communication or NFC is a method of wirelessly transmitting data using radio waves. Android Pay uses NFC to wirelessly transmit payment data to payment terminals with NFC readers that have been activated for use.

Which wallet provider uses NFC?

Android Pay uses NFC to wirelessly transmit payment data to payment terminals after authentication with NFC readers that have been activated for use.

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