Accept Google Pay in stores

 
Not all Android devices can be used to tap and pay in stores in Russia. See the list of Android devices that work with Google Pay in Russia. 

It’s fast and easy to let your customers pay in your stores with Google Pay. Integration varies depending on your hardware and network setup. However, these are the most typical steps to get your stores up and running.

Review the Google Pay requirements

Work with your terminal and point-of-sale providers and your acquirer to ensure you’re set up to accept Google Pay transactions.

Staff training

When paying with Google Pay, customers may indicate to the cashier or sales associate that they want to “Pay with my phone,” “Pay with Android,” “Tap my phone,” or even “Pay with Google.” Help your staff understand what this means and what they need to do.

  • Customers must unlock their device as part of the customer verification process in order to tap and pay
  • Make your staff familiar with contactless payments 
  • Explain how contactless payments differ from traditional ones, both from the customer’s and staff point of view
  • Training can include staff practicing the completion of transactions via contactless payment on your terminals 
  • Ensure they’re ready to handle common scenarios, including a normal payment, a return or refund, a declined transaction, etc. 

Market Google Pay

Use the Google Pay branding tools and guidelines to let your customers know they can spend more time shopping and breeze through checkouts using Google Pay in your stores.

Google Pay API for Passes 

When your customers are using with Google Pay, give them a rewarding experience and help them save; integrate with Google Pay API for Passes to let your customers earn on and use passes at checkout in your stores, or easily enter events or board flights. Learn more about Google Pay API for Passes, its benefits, and the simple and fast API integration. 

Accept Google Pay online

If you sell non-digital goods and services, integrate with the Google Pay API to let customers use Google Pay wherever you do business. See more about the Google Pay API.

It’s fast and easy to let your customers pay in your stores with Google Pay. Integration varies depending on your hardware and network setup. However, these are the most typical steps to get your stores up and running.

Review the Google Pay requirements

Work with your terminal and point-of-sale providers and your acquirer to ensure you’re set up to accept Google Pay transactions.

Staff training

When paying with Google Pay, customers may indicate to the cashier or sales associate that they want to “Pay with my phone,” “Pay with Android,” “Tap my phone,” or even “Pay with Google.” Help your staff understand what this means and what they need to do.

  • Make your staff familiar with contactless payments
  • Explain how contactless payments differ from traditional ones, both from the customer’s and staff point of view
  • Training can include staff practicing the completion of transactions via contactless payment on your terminals
  • Ensure they’re ready to handle common scenarios, including a normal payment, a return or refund, a declined transaction, etc.

Market Google Pay

Use the Google Pay branding tools and guidelines to let your customers know they can spend more time shopping and breeze through checkouts using Google Pay in your stores.

Google Pay API for Passes

When your customers are using Google Pay, give them a rewarding experience and help them save; integrate with Google Pay API for Passes to let your customers earn on and use your loyalty cards, gift cards, and offers at your checkout in your stores. Learn more About Google Pay for API for Passes, its benefits, and the simple and fast API integration.

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