Use dual-network debit cards with Apple Pay in Australia

In Australia, you can make purchases with eligible dual-network debit cards with Apple Pay on your iPhone or Apple Watch.

Update your eligible dual-network debit card in Apple Pay to include eftpos

A dual-network debit card allows you to select your payment network. You can choose between Visa or eftpos. If you want to use your dual-network debit card with eftpos in Apple Pay, follow these steps to update your card on your iPhone or Apple Watch.

On your iPhone

  1. Open the Wallet app and tap your card
  2. Tap more icon > Remove Card.
  3. Add your card back to Apple Pay. Open the Wallet app, tap add icon in the upper-right corner and follow the prompts.

On your Apple Watch

  1. Open the Watch app on your iPhone and go to the My Watch tab.
  2. Tap Wallet & Apple Pay > your card > Remove Card.
  3. Add your card back to Apple Pay. Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, tap Add Card and follow the prompts.
     

Change the payment network

When you add an eligible dual-network debit card to Apple Pay, Visa is the default payment network that processes your transactions from your debit account.

If you have eftpos Cheque and eftpos Savings accounts and want to set one as your default instead of Visa, you can change it on your iPhone or Apple Watch.

On your iPhone

choose a payment network screen on iPhone

  1. Open the Wallet app.
  2. Tap your card.
  3. Choose the network.

On your Apple Watch

choose a payment network screen on Apple Watch

  1. Double-click the side button.
  2. Select your card.
  3. Firmly press the display.
  4. Choose the network.

 

Criteria for dual-network debit cards with Apple Pay

Depending on your location and the type of transaction that you want to make, some dual-network debit cards might have conditions.

Use a dual-network debit card overseas

If you're overseas, eftpos isn't accepted. When you use Apple Pay, select Visa.

Use a dual-network debit card within apps or on the web

If you're shopping within apps or on the web, eftpos doesn't support these types of transactions. If you make a purchase with Apple Pay, the transaction automatically defaults to Visa.

 

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