How to Set Up & Use Google Pay In Stores

Google Pay is a quick and easy option for paying for things on the go—no wallet required. As a Huntington customer, you can connect your Huntington Voice Credit Card® or Huntington debit card with the Google Pay app. Once you’ve downloaded the app, you can enter your card information and make purchases in stores and online, all from your phone.

How to Set Up Google Pay

You’ll need to download the Google Pay app to your phone or other mobile device that you plan to use for payments. Google Pay is compatible with both Apple® devices as well as Android devices. After downloading the app, you will be presented with setup instructions—one of which will prompt you to add a card. Debit cards allow for quicker transactions, but you will be able to add a second payment method later. You can input the information for your Voice credit card or debit card to connect it to the app. If you have another in-store payment app on your phone (Apple Pay®, for example), you will need to make Google Pay the default payment app in your phone’s settings.

How to Use Google Pay in Stores

Only Android mobile devices can use Google Pay in stores. However, if you have an Apple device, you will still be able to use Google Pay for making online purchases on your desktop or mobile device. To make purchases in stores with an Android device, you’ll first need to make sure that your mobile device meets software standards, has Host Card Emulation (HCE) and Near Field Communication (NFC), and that NFC is turned on. When you are ready to pay in the store, you will hold the back of your phone closer to the point of sale terminal until you see a blue check mark on your phone screen. If you use a debit card, you will be prompted to enter your banking PIN that you previously set up with Huntington to complete the transaction.

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