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android pay has arrived

A new home for your cards. You already use your phone for just about everything. Now you can pay with it, too. Just add your ATB Mastercard, loyalty, and gift cards to Android Pay, and start shopping in stores, in apps, and online. Just make sure your phone is unlocked and hold it to the terminal - you don't even need to open the app!

It's simple to set up Android Pay with your ATB Mastercard®.

  1. Look for the app on your phone. Android Pay comes preloaded on several devices. If your phone doesn't have the app, just download Android Pay from the Google Play Store. You'll need an Android device running KitKat or higher.

    google play icon

  2. Add a card. If you already have a card in your Google account you can simply add it to Android Pay by confirming a few details, or you can add your ATB Mastercard - it's as simple as snapping a picture.
  3. Start tapping. Simply unlock your phone and tap to use Android Pay anywhere that accepts contactless payments. If you're not sure if Android Pay is accepted, look for these symbols at the checkout.

    acceptance mark icon

phone display

Pay with your phone in stores all across Alberta.

Whether you're buying coffee, ice cream, shoes, dog treats, or just about everything in between, your Android phone is all you need to keep moving.

Don't have a card yet? Shop Mastercard on and apply now.

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Can I use my ATB debit card with Android Pay?

That feature is coming soon.

What should I do if my device is lost or stolen?

Remain calm ;)

It’s unfortunate, but know that your information is safe.

You have a few options for what to do next:

  • Android Device Manager can help you locate and erase (if required) a device.
  • Call ATB at 1-888-282-5678 (7am–11pm) to have your card removed from Android Pay. This way, your card (and any pre-authorized payments you had set up) will remain active, but it will no longer be linked to that Android device.

How does Android Pay keep my information private?

Lots of ways.

  • Your card numbers are never stored on your device or with Android.
  • Android Pay uses a virtual account number to represent your account information, so your card details stay safe and secure.
  • When you pay in apps, the merchant will only receive information like your name, email address and billing/shipping address
  • Android Pay retains anonymous transaction information, like the approximate purchase amount.

Is Android Pay secure?

Yes. With Android Pay, card details are never shared. In fact, they aren't stored on the device at all. Android Pay protects your personal information, transaction data, and Mastercard information with industry-leading security.

Do I need to enter my PIN when I use Android Pay?

As long as your purchase is below the tap limit set by the merchant (usually $100/transaction), no PIN required.

What’s required to use Android Pay?

An Android device (phone or tablet) running KitKat 4.4 or higher. If your device doesn't have the Android Pay app, download it from the Google Play Store.


Android, Android Pay, and the Android Logo are trademarks of Google Inc. The Android Robot is reporduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.


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