This can be any of our products which feature a debit or credit card. There's no limit to the amount of Greater Bank cards you can add. If you don’t have an eligible product yet, you can open an Everyday Account or apply for a Credit Card today.
When you make a purchase, Apple Pay uses a device-specific number and a unique transaction code. Your full card number is never stored on your device or on Apple servers, and it can’t be shared with merchants. Apple Pay doesn’t keep transaction information that can be tied back to you, ensuring all purchases are private.
Where can Apple Pay be used?
Use Apple Pay wherever you see one of these symbols.
Apple Pay is the safer, faster way to pay in stores with your iPhone and Apple Watch. Quickly check out using the devices you carry every day.*
To pay with Face ID, double-click the side button, glance at your screen, then hold iPhone near the reader. For Touch ID, hold your iPhone near the reader with your finger on Touch ID. On Apple Watch, double-click the side button and hold Apple Watch up to the reader.
Apple Pay is the easier, faster way to pay in apps and on the web because you no longer have to create an account or fill out lengthy forms.*
To pay in apps and on websites in Safari on your iPhone and iPad, select Apple Pay at checkout and complete the payment using Face ID or Touch ID.
To pay on websites in Safari on your Mac, select Apple Pay and complete the payment using your iPhone or Apple Watch. On MacBook Pro, pay using Touch ID on the Touch Bar.
Got questions about Apple Pay?
Apple Pay is an easy, fast, secure way to make contactless payments without physically using your card. All you need to do is add your Greater Bank Visa debit or credit card to your Apple Wallet and then you can use your compatible iOS device to make purchases online or in stores. Apple Pay works at millions of stores worldwide – anywhere you can make a contactless payment.
You do not need any type of internet connection to use Apple Pay in stores.
Apple Pay in stores uses the NFC chip (Near Field Communications) to transfer the payment information to the store's terminal. There is no internet connection required.
Yes, the same transaction limits that are on your physical card also apply to Apple Pay. If a PIN is required, you will need to enter the PIN for your card at the terminal.
No. Once a card has been reported lost/stolen or is locked, the card is suspended in your digital wallet and cannot be used.
If the card is found and unset as lost/stolen or unlocked, the card will automatically resume in your digital wallet, provided there are no other restrictions on the card.
If a new card is ordered, it will update to the wallet automatically and you can recommence making payments/purchases using your digital wallet.
There can be several reasons why a transaction is declining. First, you should check for the following issues:
Is there a message “Complete Verification” below the card in the Apple Pay wallet? If this message is displayed, you’ll need to complete the verification process by requesting a one-time verification code. You will not be able to use Apple Pay until this is completed.
Make sure your card is activated, is not locked or cancelled
Check to see if your card has expired
Check to ensure you have sufficient funds
If your transaction is still declining after running through these troubleshooting steps, get in touch with us on 1300 651 400 or via Facebook Messenger for further assistance.
If the replacement card has the same card number as the original, the details will remain the same. All you need to do is activate your new card and you can start using it.
If your replacement card has a new number on it, the details will be automatically updated.
No, you don’t need to re-enrol your new card as the new expiry date is automatically updated. You do however need to activate your new card before you can start using Apple Pay again.
Generally, you will not be required to enter your PIN for purchases with Apple Pay. However, some older merchant terminals may request it.
When adding your Greater Bank Visa card to Apple Pay, your card number is not recorded - a device account number is created instead. Your account details aren’t shared with merchants as they will only receive the device account number. This is done to protect your card details so they aren’t exposed to others.
No, there are no fees to add your card to Apple Pay.
Apple, the Apple logo, Apple Pay, Apple Watch, Face ID, iPad, iPhone, iTunes, Mac, MacBook Pro, Safari, and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Touch Bar is a trademark of Apple Inc.