Google Pay

HSBC has taken another giant step towards completing your mobile payment world. With the introduction of Google PayTM, customers with smartphones running different operating systems can now enjoy the full benefits of mobile payment anywhere they go. Now, everyone is a mobile payer.

Add your HSBC Credit Card to Google Pay on your phone now and be among the first to enjoy a simple, secure way to pay.

Add HSBC Credit Card to Google Pay

Add HSBC Credit Card to Google Pay

Use Google Pay

Use Google Pay


How to Pay


To use Google Pay, turn on the screen of your Android device and tap to the contactless payment terminal at major stores all across town or wherever you see the following signs. For the full list of eligible merchants, please check the Visa website and MasterCard website.



Tap this button to make an in-app purchase:

Instant transaction records.

You can also review the last 10 successful Google Pay transactions made on your device in the Google Pay app.

No need to add value. Pay and earn RewardCash.

Just like using regular credit cards, spending with Google Pay is not subject to any definite transaction limit, and there's no need to add value either. And every transaction will earn you RewardCash.

Protect your accounts, even if you lose your device.

If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, you can lock or erase your credit card using the Android Device Manager. Since Google Pay doesn't store your credit card details on your phone, anyone who has found or stolen your phone will not have access to these details even if it is unlocked.


Set up Google Pay now

Go to the Google Play Store to download the Google Pay app.

Google Pay does all the same things Android Pay did with new app designs. If you are already using Android Pay, you don't need to do anything to get started with Google Pay. The next time you update your Android Pay app, it'll become Google Pay. All of the information you've added and your Android Pay settings will be the same on Google Pay. Android Pay or Google Pay are used interchangeably in customer communications including SMS, email, letter, credit card statement, etc.
Google Pay works with most NFC capable Android™ devices running Android 4.4 (KitKat™) or higher.
Google Pay and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google LLC.

To borrow or not to borrow? Borrow only if you can repay!


Apply now for an HSBC Credit Card to enjoy up to $900 RewardCash! Terms and conditions apply.