Android Pay™

Now Available for PNC’s Commercial Card Programs

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Android Pay™ is a convenient mobile payments service that enables PNC’s commercial cardholders to use their eligible Android device to make purchases almost anywhere they can swipe or tap their card. By adding their commercial card to Android Pay, PNC cardholders can start making purchases at many leading retailers with fingerprint authentication and without having to reach for their wallet


Simplify Purchasing while Traveling

  • By enrolling your eligible PNC commercial card in Android Pay, there’s no need to pull out your wallet when paying for travel related expenses.
  • When you make a purchase using Android Pay, a substitute device account number and a transaction specific code are used to process payments instead of your card number. Your commercial card number is never shared with the merchant or stored by Google.
  • When you make a purchase with Android Pay you still get all the benefits and protection that your PNC commercial card already provides.
  • Your Android Pay transactions are covered by the same PNC security & privacy that protects your PNC commercial cards.

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It’s easy to add a PNC commercial card to Android Pay. Simply download and open the Android Pay app on an eligible Android mobile device. To get started:

  • You should contact your company’s program administrator to ensure your cardholder account profile is updated with your mobile device number.
  • Once your account profile is updated, you can begin the enrollment process.
  • To add your commercial card, either enter the required card information manually or hold the eligible iPhone over the card and use the device camera to capture it automatically. Validation of the card information will be completed before it is ready to use.

Pay in Stores

With Android Pay, you can pay in stores that accept contactless payments. Just look for the Android Pay or contactless symbols at checkout.

When you see the contactless symbols at checkout, hold your compatible Android device in front of the secure reader to send your payment. If the merchant uses a traditional magnetic card stripe reader, just place the back of your Android Pay device against the area where you would typically swipe your card. A message on the payment terminal will let you know your payment was successful. The contactless reader communicates wirelessly with your phone, so all you need to do is wave, pay and go.

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Important Legal Disclosures & Information

Eligible Android devices must have an NFC antenna to be eligible. Please refer to the list of eligible devices in the “What mobile devices are eligible for Android Pay?” question and answer in Android Pay Basics above.

Third party message and data rates may apply. These include fees your wireless carrier may charge you for data usage and text messaging services. Check with your wireless carrier for details regarding your specific wireless plan and any data usage or text messaging charges that may apply.

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Android Pay is a trademark of Google Inc.

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