Your card can be registered with Samsung Pay to make contactless payments at participating retailers and online merchants.
To add your card, you must follow the procedures provided by Hume Bank. In doing so, we may require you to adequately identify yourself via a variety of mechanisms to authenticate your request to register your card with Samsung Pay. If we cannot authenticate your request to our satisfaction or if we suspect that there may be attempted fraud, we may decline the request to add your card to Samsung Pay.
Once your card is registered with Samsung Pay, you can use your Samsung Device and its security settings (such as passcode or biometric data) to authorise transactions on your account.
You need to select your card as the default card in your Digital Wallet to ensure your card is used to complete a transaction.
The transaction limits that apply to your card do not change as a result of adding it to Samsung Pay. When you add an eligible dual-network card to Samsung Pay, Visa is the default payment network that processes your transactions from your debit account. If you have an Eftpos Cheque or Eftpos Saving account and want to set one as your default instead of Visa, you can change it on your device.
When using a dual network debit card with Samsung Pay, depending on which networks are available to you, you may be able to select either the Visa or Eftpos network to process your payment. Samsung Pay may not work when the Samsung Device is not within range of a cellular or wireless internet connection. If the Samsung Device has not had a cellular or wireless internet connection for an extended time there may be a delay before Samsung Pay works once reconnected.
Samsung Pay may not be accepted outside of Australia, or at all places where your Hume Bank Card is accepted.