Global Payments Announces Full Support for Android Pay in the U.S.


ATLANTA–September 11, 2015– Global Payments Inc. (NYSE: GPN), a leading worldwide provider of payment technology services, is pleased to announce that it will offer its merchants in the United States the ability to accept Android Pay™, which will offer a range of choices for Android mobile users.

Users can simply unlock their device, place it near a contactless terminal and the payment is sent for authorization. Android Pay is designed to align with industry tokenization standards and not send actual credit or debit card numbers, but instead securely create virtual account numbers for transactions. Details of a customer’s card information are not released to the merchant, and customers are notified immediately when a purchase is made.

“The addition of Android Pay is another great step for Global Payments in bringing a digital solution designed to be simple, secure and innovative to our merchants and their consumers,” said Frank T. Young, SVP, Global Product and Innovation. “Global Payments has the experience to leverage these solutions, and we’re excited that our merchants will be able to access mobile payments through Android Pay.”

About Global Payments

Global Payments Inc. (NYSE: GPN) is a leading worldwide provider of payment technology services that delivers innovative solutions driven by customer needs globally. Our partnerships, technologies and employee expertise enable us to provide a broad range of products and services that allow our customers to accept all payment types across a variety of distribution channels in many markets around the world.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with approximately 4,500 employees worldwide, Global Payments is a Fortune 1000 Company with merchants and partners in 29 countries throughout North America, Europe, the Asia-Pacific region and Brazil. For more information about Global Payments, our Service. Driven. Commerce brand and our technologies, please visit

Android Pay is a trademark of Google Inc.

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