eftpos on Android Pay will provide CUA’s rediCARD holders with secure access to their own money in real time via an easy to use and convenient digital wallet service.
The service will use Australia’s first domestic Token Service Provider (TSP) for increased security, by removing confidential consumer card data from the eftpos payment network and replacing it with a unique payment token.
CUA Head of Payments Matthew Lobdell said eftpos on Android Pay gives CUA members further choice and flexibility in making payments.
“CUA was the first financial institution in the Asia Pacific to launch a mobile tap-and-pay app with redi2PAY and we also offer members the option of using their CUA Visa debit card or CUA credit card with Android Pay,” Mr Lobdell said.
“Our rediCARD holders will now be able to make eftpos payments on their Android mobile devices. This will extend the convenience of secure, in-store mobile payments to even more of our members.”
eftpos Acting CEO Paul Jennings said CUA was among the first Australian financial institutions to make the Android Pay available to eftpos-only cardholders.
“We are excited to team up with Google and CUA to provide customers with access to their own money via their Android mobiles at the shops,” Mr Jennings said.
For details of CUA’s mobile wallet offering, visit https://www.cua.com.au/pays.