Start Accepting Google Wallet Today
How it works
Google Wallet couldn’t be easier to accept. Your team member rings up a purchase, asks “Cash, credit or Google Wallet?”, and may have to push the terminal’s credit button. The customer enters a PIN on the phone, taps the terminal’s reader with their phone…and that’s it. Done. No change, no hassles.Learn more
Look for these symbols at checkout.
Tap your phone on the contactless reader. The lights will flash, you’re all paid and on your way
Whether one card or twenty, Google Wallet creates digital versions of credit cards and stores them neatly on consumers’ phones.
A Google Wallet enabled phone includes a secure chip and a radio frequency antenna (aka NFC or Near Field Communications). When the phone is tapped against a contactless reader, the phone transmits payment details wirelessly, the consumer receives verification, and no card ever gets swiped.
Google Wallet works on a variety of contactless readers, including the First Data FD-30 and FD-20 models (both pictured above). The FD-30 reader offers the most comprehensive solution with a PIN pad that accepts traditional payment forms as well as Google Wallet, MasterCard® PayPass®, and other contactless transactions.
Credit cards are stored on a secure chip inside the phone, which is protected by both a PIN and screen lock. The secure encryption technology of MasterCard® PayPass® protects your credit card credentials as they are transferred from the phone to the contactless reader. Together, these security features go beyond what’s possible with traditional cards.