You'll need to check if your device is compatible with Google Pay. You might find that you already have the app installed. If you have, it should work on your device. If not, search for it within the Play Store. You'll only be able to install the app if your device is compatible.
You can use Google Pay with any of the following TSB accounts and cards:
Debit cards supported
Classic, Classic Enhance and Classic Plus accounts
Select, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Premier accounts
Under 19s accounts (for account holders aged 13 and over only)
Debit cards not supported
Business Bank accounts
Under 19s accounts (for account holders aged 12 and under)
Credit cards supported
Mastercard credit cards
Credit cards not supported
Visa and American Express credit cards (including Business)
Additional card holders
Registering for Google Pay
1. Check that your device is compatible with Google Pay
To use Google Pay, your device will need to be running Android 4.4 (KitKat) or above. To find out what version of Android your phone is running, open your app drawer, tap Settings, then About phone and scroll down until you find details of the Android version. Alternatively, search for the Google Pay app in the Play Store. You'll only be able to download it if your device is compatible.
2. Add a card to your Google Pay app
Open the app and select the “+” button. Then tap “Add a credit or debit card” and follow the instructions.
3. Verify your device
To make sure it's you who's trying to register the device, we'll give you the option to complete the verification by SMS or a phone call. If you choose SMS, we'll send a verification code to your mobile. Enter this in the Google Pay app to complete set-up.
4. Start spending!
And that's it - you're ready to start spending with Google Pay. In most stores you'll be able to spend up to £30 per transaction. In apps, there's no upper limit.