ANZ Lets You Withdraw From ATMs Without A Card

ANZ customers can now withdraw cash from ANZ ATMs using a mobile payments device, such as a smartphone or smartwatch instead of plastic cards. The new service, that works with over 2400 ANZ ATMs across the country supports Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Garmin Pay and Fitbit Pay.

ANZ Wallets@ATM allows customers to wave their mobile payments device over the contactless reader of an ANZ ATM, select the eligible card, and enter their four digit pin to access their banking.

ANZ Customer Engagement Lead Kath Bray said “We are determined to bring our customers new banking experiences so they can access their money the way they want to”.

ANZ says more than 1 million customers are currently using digital wallets loaded with an ANZ-issued card, competing over 57 million transactions worth over $1.8 billion dollars over the last 10 months. This was an increase of more than 150% in transaction numbers from the same time a year earlier.

Mark Hodgson, Head of Samsung Pay in Australia added “Samsung is proud to partner with ANZ Bank to offer digital wallet-enabled ATM withdrawals. We’re working hard to completely digitise the wallet to ensure customers are provided with a safe, secure and convenient solution in their Samsung device.

I’m a big fan of contactless and careless payments. Now, I can reduce the clutter in my wallet further as I can use my smartphone or smartwatch to grab some cash on the go.

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