Postbank customers can now use the mobile payment service Google Pay. The prerequisite for this: a Postbank Mastercard, Postbank Card plus or Postbank Card plus virtual and an NFC-enabled smartphone with the Android 7 operating system or higher.
Google is expanding its Google Pay mobile payment service. Postbank customers have recently had the opportunity to take advantage of the offer. The company thus joins a list of well-known banks and payment services such as ING, Commerzbank and DKB.
Postbank: How to set up Google Pay
Postbank customers who want to use Google Pay need either a Postbank Mastercard, Postbank Card plus or Postbank Card plus virtual. Also: an NFC-enabled smartphone with the Android 7 operating system or higher. To use the payment service, you need both the Postbank app and the Google WalletTM.
Your current mobile phone number must be stored in Postbank “Banking & Brokerage”. If you have met all the requirements, open the Postbank app and log in. Then select the menu item “Services”.
This is how Google Pay works
You can also pay with Google Pay in apps or on websites. Another advantage: Payments are also possible when your smartphone is not connected to the internet. During the checkout process, Google Pay also sends a virtual account number to the merchant instead of your actual card number. This protects your payment information.