CNCBI Credit Card brings you a safe, simple and seamless mobile payment solution. You can now make secure transactions in thousands of stores in town or participating apps where Android Pay™ is accepted. Transaction will be done in a blink. Simply add your CNCBI Credit Card1 to your Android mobile or tablet and set it as the default card, so that you can enjoy the fabulous offers brought to you by CNCBI Credit Card throughout the year at ease.
Search and download Android Pay from “Google Play Store” if Android Pay app is not yet installed on your device
Open Android Pay app on your device and add your CNCBI Credit Card
Scan your card and input the verification code
Enter the one time password issued by the Bank via SMS and complete verification
Tap your CNCBI Credit Card and drag it to the top of the screen to set it as default card
It’s ready. Turn on your device screen and tap on any contactless payment terminals with Android Pay logo to complete the payment
1.Android Pay is not applicable to CNCBI Air China Dual Currency Credit Card, CNCBI RMB Credit Card and CNCBI Dollar$mart Cash Card.
Clear and transparent
All Android Pay transactions will be shown on related Credit Card statements. You can also see the last 10 Android Pay transactions made through your device in your Android Pay app.
Private and secure
Your name and full card details are never shown in the app and never shared with the store.
Android Device Manager (https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager) will help you find, lock, and erase your device. Also, you can simply search “Find my phone” and Google will show you where it is on a map. You may also call our Credit Card Lost Card hotline immediately to suspend the virtual account on your device, but your physical Credit Card will not be affected.
Android Pay, Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google Inc.
The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
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