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ANZ launches mobile payments app

ANZ has unveiled a new app that allows the bank's customers to pay for purchases and make cash withdrawals quickly and securely using their mobile phone.

Customers with an Android smartphone can download ANZ Mobile Pay from the Google Play store and turn their phone into a virtual credit or debit card, with the bank accepting a range of cards including ANZ Visa, ANZ Debit and American Express.

Matt Boss, director of products and marketing at ANZ, said the app is another demonstration of the bank’s commitment to providing customers with innovative solutions to make their lives easier.

“ANZ Mobile Pay delivers a payments solution for our customers to help them take full advantage of the rapidly changing digital environment we live in, including the ability to withdraw cash from contactless-enabled ANZ ATMs with a tap of their phone,” he said.

“Given Australians are already the most prolific users of contactless payments in the world, and the fact that Android is a major player in the local smartphone market, we believe ANZ Mobile Pay will be a popular addition for many of our customers.”

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