Android Pay promotions page
Google has launched Android Pay discounts. The big G has launched a promotions page for the service, similar to the one for Chromecast. It details all the promos you can take advantage of for the current crop of Android Pay-compatible apps.The promotions page seems to be relatively new, as information about it surfaced on Reddit mere hours ago. Few users are reporting that they have received emails from Google about the new promotions site today. So use Android Pay to securely purchase items from your mobile.
Google’s Android Pay makes it simpler and more rewarding to pay for things with a phone than the already easy-to-use Apple Pay.The promotions page lists offer, which gives you $10 off for your next ride, and explains that you’ll have to type the code ANDROIDPAY in the ride-sharing app’s promo section to claim it.
Google said customer loyalty programs and other consumer-facing benefits are headed to Android Pay. Speaking at a finance conference in Las Vegas, Google’s SVP of ads and commerce, Sridhar Ramaswamy, said the service has signed up “millions” of people since launch. Despite linking a credit or debit card with Android Pay, more than 60% of these newcomers have yet to use the service.Android Pay is a fast and secure mobile-payment system that works on a wide variety of phones.
Google had set up a Coke vending machine in the press area at I/O for the Android Pay demo, along with a couple of Nexus devices that were already.In order to entice usage, Google and Coke are rolling out a rewards program. Consumers who use Android Pay to purchase beverages at Coke’s NFC-equipped vending machines will earn points towards future purchases. Similar promotions with other vendors are in the works. Google is also looking to its carrier partners to drum up support for Android Pay. Retail reps at AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon stores are expected to mention Android Pay to consumers who purchase Android handsets. Android Pay launched last month and competes with Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Now it is best mobile-payment option.User can use pay on the regular by this.Android Pay Forget fumbling through your wallet and handing over a card.
Like Apple Pay, Android Pay will work for both in-app purchases and purchases in brick-and-mortar stores.If you regularly use an app that’s compatible with the service, you may want to check the portal every once in a while to make sure you’re not missing out on a great deal.
Like Apple Pay, Android Pay relies on NFC-equipped payment terminals at supporting retailers. Android Pay has the support of American Express, MasterCard, and Visa, but lacks support from some of the largest card issuers, including JPMorgan Chase. Chase recently announced its own mobile payment service.Android app and service that essentially does what it promises to do; it lets you pay bills for free, right from your phones.
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