Use your phone or device for the quick way to pay in-store or online
You can pay with your Android device wherever you see the contactless or Android Pay logos. Quick to get going and easy to use, it’s simple.
First, you’ll need your Clydesdale Bank debit Mastercard or credit Mastercard.
Now, you’re ready to pay with Android Pay
To keep you safe, you may be prompted to enter your screen unlock into your device to authorise a payment. If you are in store or on a transport network, you may need to tap your device against the terminal a second time to complete the payment.
Android Pay is secure. When you add a card to Android Pay, your card details are replaced with a virtual account number. It is your virtual account number that is transmitted and displayed when you pay with Android Pay.
Some retailers may limit individual payments to £30.
You can pay with Android Pay wherever you see the Android Pay or contactless button. Simply:
You can pay with Android Pay where you see the ‘Buy with Android Pay’ button. At checkout, simply select Android Pay as the payment method and follow the on-screen instructions.
Android, Android Pay, and the Android Logo are trademarks of Google Inc.
Android Pay is the easy way to pay using your device in store or in app.
It’s quick, simple and safe to make payments wherever you see the contactless or Android Pay logos. Just make sure you have a suitable Android device.
To use Android Pay, check that you have:
You can use Android Pay to make contactless payments wherever you see the contactless logo or Android Pay logo:
You can use it to pay within some apps as well, where you see 'Buy with Android Pay
You can also use Android Pay in London to pay as you go on bus, tram, DLR, Underground, Overground, TFL Rail and most National Rail services.
Customers who have a Clydesdale Debit or Credit Mastercard are eligible to use Android Pay. The only Clydesdale Bank cards excluded are VISA and pre-paid currency cards.
To protect you from fraud, the value or number of payments you can make using Android Pay may be restricted, so please make sure you carry your debit and credit cards with you just in case. Some retailers may also limit individual payments to £30.
No. Clydesdale Bank doesn’t charge customers to set up Android Pay or to use it. However, an active data plan or Wi-Fi connection is needed to register. Based on your mobile plan and mobile network’s offering, additional message and data charges may apply.
Your usual debit and/or credit card charges apply to purchases.
Have your Clydesdale Bank debit Mastercard or credit Mastercard to hand.
You’re now ready to pay with Android Pay.
If near field communication (NFC) and device screen lock are inactive, you‘ll be prompted to switch them on, via your device settings, when setting up Android Pay.
Yes, you can add as many cards as you want. If you have a particular card that you prefer to use, then make sure this is the first card you set up, or make this the default card in your Android Pay settings.
As devices do not share cards, if you want the same card on two different devices, you will need to load the card onto each device separately.
It’s easy to remove your debit or credit card. Select the relevant card in Android Pay then select ‘remove card’ at the bottom of the screen. This will remove the card instantly.
You can pay with Android Pay wherever you see the Android Pay or contactless logos. Simply:
You’ll receive notification of the payment on your device screen.
You can pay with Android Pay where you see the ‘Buy with Android Pay’ logo. When you checkout, simply select Android Pay as the payment method and follow the on-screen instructions.
When you view your card in the wallet, you’ll be able to see the last 10 transactions made using Android Pay on that device. Any Debit card transactions will appear in statements, internet banking and our banking apps as 'WLT'. Any Credit card transactions will appear as a normal contactless transaction.
All retailers who accept contactless payments will accept Android Pay whether they’re in the UK or overseas. Different transaction limits will apply depending on which country you’re in.
If you use Android Pay to pay with a card overseas, standard overseas charges will apply according to your card terms and conditions. Based on your mobile plan and mobile network’s offering, additional message data charges and foreign transaction fees may also apply.
You’ll need to follow these steps:
If, in some places, a refund can’t be paid directly back to the device on which the transaction was made, then the retailer can make the refund back to your plastic card instead. For this reason, always make sure you have your plastic card handy if you require a refund. When the refund is made you’ll see it in your bank statement as normal.
Yes, a unique virtual account number that corresponds to your card is securely stored in the cloud so you can make payments with no need to share card details and numbers.
If your device is ever lost or stolen you can easily find, lock, and delete your details from a device using Android Device Manager.
Please contact us as soon as you can. We will cancel the lost card so that no further purchases can be made and arrange for a replacement card to be issued. For Debit cards, there will be a short break in service (around 24 hours) while the link between your digital token and your new debit card is updated, this is done automatically for you. You can then continue to use Android Pay while you wait on your physical card to arrive. For Credit cards, this link will be updated on the same day so you can continue to use your card on your device.
Android Device Manager will help you find, lock, and delete your details from a device. Also, you can enter "Find my device" on Google.com and it will show you where it is on a map.
If you replace or update your device, you’ll need to add your card(s) again to Android Pay using the same set up process as you did before.
Be sure to remove your card(s) from Android Pay if you sell your phone or no longer use it.