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Google Pay, now available to Unicaja Banco customers

Unicaja Banco has incorporated Google Pay, which allows customers to make purchases with smartphones and without the need of having a physical card. Google’s mobile payment systems allows users to make purchases with mobile devices in a fast, easy and secure way, and it falls within the new technology solutions that the bank offers to adapt its services.

23 JUL 2019

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Unicaja Banco’s customers with Android operating system devices can add their cards to the Google Pay app to make payments in an easy and intuitive way.

 

Google Pay is an easy and fast way to pay both in physical and online shops, online and on web. It includes all that users may need to process purchases, providing protection with several security layers.

 

As all Google products, Google Pay has been conceived with strong security measures which continuously and automatically protect the account and personal information from any threat.

 

Users must install the app in their Android smartphones and then will be able to add their cards. To pay in physical shops, users only have to tap the contactless PoS with their activated mobile device. Payment will be made automatically.

 

Unicaja Banco expands its mobile payment solutions

 

The launch of this new digital payment service responds to Unicaja Banco’s commitment to digital transformation. The goal is to provide the daily financial transactions of customers in an easy and hassle-free way.

 

With the payment options for Android users, together with the recently launched Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, Unicaja Banco expands its solutions for mobile payments.

 

These services supplement the existing Unipay App, Unicaja Banco’s app to bring to Apple and Android users Bizum, the interbank solution to make instant payments between individual customers through smartphones.

 

Unipay App, in addition to including Bizum, incorporated recently the possibility to make payments with Android smartphones in physical shops. This way, Unicaja Banco covers mobile payments, both instant and in shops, for users of both operating systems.

 

These incorporations fall within Unicaja Banco’s strategy of digital transformation, which aims to adapt to the new technology scenarios of the financial system. The bank also intends to offer and reinforce alternative channels which provide added value to customers, such as providing flexibility and increasing accessibility to manage their accounts.

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