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Android Pay

A new home for your cards!

You already use your phone for just about everything. Now you can pay with it too. Add your Ent Visa® Debit Card or other cards to Android Pay and start shopping in stores, in apps and online. Android Pay can be used at millions of stores around the world, wherever contactless payments are accepted.

Getting Started:

  1. Open the Android Pay App or install it from Google Play
  2. Click on the plus sign to link an existing card you have in Google Play or add a new card by taking a picture or enter it manually
  3. Confirm card details
  4. Accept the terms and conditions
  5. Validate the card by following the instructions on your phone and in a few minutes your card will be active

If you’re having problems uploading your card, call us at (719) 550-6225 or 800-525-9623 ext. 6225.

Supported Android Devices:

Android Pay is supported on devices that are running KitKat (4.4) or higher.

Android Pay is a trademark of Google Inc.

*Please review Ent’s Important Account Information including the Electronic Services Disclosure and Agreement, and Debit/ATM Card Disclosure for additional service information.

Android Pay allows you to pay for purchases with your Android phone running KitKat (4.4) or higher by holding your phone near a contactless reader at a participating merchant.

Android Pay uses Near Field Communication (NFC) and Host Card Emulation (HCE) to make contactless mobile payments. AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon are the carriers that support Android Pay.

Yes, Android Pay uses Tokenization to secure the payment information. This token is sometimes referred to a virtual account number. Your card number isn’t stored on your phone or given to the merchant.
You can use Android Pay anywhere you see contactless terminals or the Android Pay logo.
First wake up and unlock your phone. Then hold the phone against the contactless payment terminal. If prompted, choose “Credit” regardless of your type of card.
As many as you like. There is no limit on the number of cards you’re able to store.
Android Pay requires an active internet connection when making a purchase. It also requires an active internet connection when adding or removing a card and to download transaction history. You can connect via a Wi-Fi network or use your mobile data connection.
The payment card displayed in Android Pay may not match your physical card. In those instances, Android Pay will use a graphical representation of your card.
You can choose which card to use as a default – this card is always displayed on your Android Pay home screen at the top. If your default card is not accepted at a retailer, you will need to choose another card on file with Android Pay and tap your phone again.
Android Pay may be used to make in-App purchases and when shopping on Chrome. Just choose Android Pay at checkout.
Google provides a service called Android Device Manager that allows you to find, locate and erase your device if it is lost or stolen. Additionally, you can contact your financial institution to disable the card.
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