Nusenda Credit Union and Android Pay allow you a simple way to pay at over one million stores across the U.S. and in your favorite Android apps. Add your credit union debit or credit card(s) to almost any Android phone* and purchases are simple...just tap and pay.
Make your Nusenda credit card your default card in Android Pay, and earn cash rewards with your Platinum Cash Rewards card or travel & merchandise rewards with your Platinum Rewards card for each purchase. Or, your debit card purchases can earn rewards for you and your community with Community Rewards.
Android Pay keeps your account details secure by providing the merchant a virtual account number that represents your account information when you pay - providing you an extra layer of security.
Get Started with Android Pay
To get started you'll need an Android phone running Kit Kat (4.4) or higher. Your phone also needs to support NFC (Near Field Communication) and HCE (Host Card Emulation). For more information regarding device requirements, click here.
Set up is simple:
- Look for the app on your phone. Android Pay comes pre-loaded on several phones. If your phone does not have the app, simply download it from Google Play Store.
- Simply add your credit or debit card. If you already have a card in your Google account you can simply add it to Android Pay by confirming a few details, or you can add a new card from any participating bank - it's as simple as snapping a picture.
- Start tapping. Simply unlock your phone and tap to use Android Pay at any of the over one million store locations throughout the US that accept contactless payments.
More information on Android Pay
Learn more about Android Pay here or review the Android Pay Frequently Asked Questions.
*Eligible devices include Android phones running Kit Kat (4.4) or higher. Your Android phone also needs to support NFC (Near Field Communication) and HCE (Host Card Emulation). To check what Android version you have - open your device Settings app, scroll to the bottom and tap "About phone or About tablet", under "Android version", the number shown is your device's Android version number.