Mobile payments with ING Digicash
What is ING Digicash?
With ING Digicash, you can use your smartphone to transfer money directly from your current account, whether it’s to pay for your groceries at your local shop, your online shopping spree, or a bus ticket. You can even send money to your friend or pay your bills with the push of a few buttons.
- Send money simply with the mobile phone number of the recipient: the money transfer is completed by bank remittance from your account to the recipient’s account.
- Place your smartphone near the DIGICASH terminal or scan the QR Code on the bill: paying couldn’t be easier!
- Scan the DIGICASH QR Code to pay your bills in 6 seconds flat: you no longer need to enter the reference, amount or recipient of the bill.
- For e-commerce sites, simply scan the DIGICASH QR Code to pay; in apps, choose DIGICASH as a payment method: simplicity and security guaranteed!
- ING Digicash also lets you check your account balance anytime, anywhere. And because you can register your fidelity cards in the app, you’ll even earn loyalty points on your payments!
- If you have a Visa credit card from ING Luxembourg, you’ll benefit from the same insurance cover associated with your Visa card every time you use ING Digicash.
- When it comes to protecting your bank details, ING Digicash adheres to the highest industry standards. You’ll further benefit from a securitised connection linking the app to your account via your LuxTrust token.
- All you have to do is download the free ING Digicash app from the App Store or Google Play and use your LuxTrust mean of connection to set up a connection with your current account.
Go to the App Store or to the Google Play store and download the ING Digicash app.
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