UnionPay mobile QuickPass is UnionPay’s new mobile payment brand, supporting payment with smartphones, wearable devices and UnionPay chip cards. Cardholders can pay with their smartphones at POS terminals with “QuickPass” signage, or complete payment via smartphone APP. The various mobile payment solutions of mobile QuickPass are compatible with a variety of phone brands and models, such as Huawei, MI, ZTE and Lenovo.
Now, UnionPay mobile QuickPass (HCE) are supported by 27 commercial banks. For detailed bank list, please visit:https://static.95516.com/static/product/detail_210.html.
In the Chinese mainland
All the POS terminals with “mobile QuickPass” or “QuickPass” signage support payment via smartphones.
In overseas markets
Now, all the POS terminals with "QuickPass" signage support mobile QuickPass. Cardholders can pay with UnionPay QuickPass chip cards or smartphones supporting mobile QuickPass at contactless terminals. So far, mobile QuickPass are accepted in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the UAE, covering supermarkets, public transport, restaurants and public utilities payment. Watsons in South Korea, Sasa in Hong Kong, 7-11 in Macau, and Myer in Australia all support UnionPay mobile QuickPass.
At present, mobile QuickPass products have been issued in Hong Kong, Macau and South Korea. The local cardholders may bind their UnionPay cards with mobile phones to generate a mobile QuickPass card. Then, they can easily pay with their mobile phones at the over 10 million POS terminals in and outside China.
Korean customers with NFC-enabled Android smartphones (4.4.2 version or above) can add their UnionPay cards issued by BCcard or its member issuers to mobile QuickPass service at BCcard official website or via BCcard smartphone App. The UnionPay HCE mobile QuickPass is also the first mobile payment product that has been introduced in Macau. Cardholders with UnionPay cards issued by ICBC Macau are the first to enjoy the secure and convenient mobile QuickPass service. And Hong Kong cardholders may bind their mobile phones with UnionPay dual-currency credit cards issued by Bank of China (Hong Kong), also known as BOCHK.
In the future, mobile QuickPass will be introduced in more markets to deliver more secure and convenient payment options to UnionPay cardholders worldwide.