Google Pay offer All in One Payment experience with PayNow in Singapore

Google Pay offer All in One Payment with PayNow in Singapore

Google recently announced its all-in-one contactless payments experience on Google Pay that builds on Singapore’s robust payments infrastructure – PayNow and SGQR. With OCBC customers were the first to experience sending money to others that registered with PayNow via Google Pay. Now it has been extend to DBS PayLah! and Standard Chartered bank account holders.

Google Pay – Do more with your money

Designed and built for Singaporeans,  the new Google Pay enables a consolidated payment solution that is simple, secure and helpful. By working closely with banking partners and merchants, Google Pay aim to deliver a more rewarding payment experience that works for every Singaporean, be it paying someone back for a meal, booking a movie ticket or using Google Pay to tap and pay for MRT ride.

 

Here are few reasons you should be using Google Pay in your daily life.

INSTANT REWARDS

When you make a Google Pay transfer of $10 or more to one of your friends who also has Google Pay, you will get a scratch card that is worth up to $15! During promotion period, you can get up to three times in a week, and restart again weekly on Monday 8.30 AM until the end of November.

You will also get a scratch card separately from below transaction

  • Make payment of $3 or more at local shop and win up to $10 three times a week
  • Tap to ride on transit with eligible Visa card (1 lucky draw per qualifying payment during offer period)
  • Order food on Google Pay with minimum $10 and win up to $5 once per week
Get rewarded as you pay

Transfer and Receive money instantly

Send money to anyone with PayNow when you add your DBS PayLah! account, OCBC bank account or Standard Chartered Bank account. Plus, you can create a group to start a conversation, divide the bill, and see who’s paid right from the app. It’s never been easier to keep tabs on the tab.
Transfer and receive money instantly

Cashless and Contactless Payments With Your Phone

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