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Mobile Payments

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Apple Pay

Pay with a single touch

Use Apple Pay to pay the easy, secure and private way at stores, local merchants and participating apps. Find merchants accepting Apple Pay.

A secure way to pay

Apple Pay transactions are authorized with Touch ID thumbprint security or your passcode, and transactions never use your card number.

Getting started is easy

  1. Download the latest version of iOS on your iPhone or iPad and open Passbook or Wallet (under Settings).
  2. Add your Oklahoma Central debit and credit cards to Apple Pay, and follow the on-screen directions. You may be prompted to enter your Apple ID.
  3. Look for the Pay Wave or Apple Pay symbol at checkout, hold your phone near the contactless reader, and place your finger on Touch ID.

Apple Pay FAQ's and Overview

Google Pay (formerly Android Pay)

Pay confidently on the go

Using your Oklahoma Central debit card just became even easier. Just snap a photo of it with your Google Pay enabled phone. Google Pay can be used at over a million locations across the U.S., wherever contactless payments are accepted. See a full list of places to pay with Google Pay.

Getting started is simple

  1. Download the Google Pay app.
  2. Add your Oklahoma Central debit and credit cards—it’s as simple as snapping a photo.
  3. Pay confidently at over a million locations in the U.S.

Samsung Pay

Payments made easy on the go

Introducing Samsung Pay, the mobile payment service that works almost anywhere you can swipe or tap your card. It makes transactions super easy. Just swipe up to launch the app, secure with your fingerprint, and hover over the card reader to pay.

All you need to do is

  1. Make sure your compatible Samsung device is updated with Samsung Pay
  2. Take a picture of your Oklahoma Central debit card with your phone’s camera.
  3. Secure it with your fingerprint and backup PIN and you’ll be ready to go.

Samsung Pay works nearly anywhere you can swipe your Oklahoma Central Visa card, including the majority of U.S. retail locations. Currently, Samsung Pay does not work at gas station pumps, but it works at most gas station cashier card readers.

Samsung Pay is safe because it uses several layers of security. It keeps your payment information separate and doesn’t store or share it.

 

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