What if I get a new card?

Let’s say you get a new card because your old one is expiring. You will need to load your new card into your wallet and go through the authentication process by calling the bank again. Then you can delete your old card from your wallet.

Are all mobile devices capable of using their respective digital wallets? (i.e. Can all iPhones use Apple Pay?)

No. Older phones are not compatible. Below are general rules of thumb to use:

iPhones have to be iPhone 6 or newer.
Samsung phones have to be Galaxy 6s or newer.
Android Pay is available on all non-rooted Android devices (KitKat 4.4+).
See your device manufacturer for more specific details.

Will the transaction appear differently on my statement?

No. It will look like any other debit or credit card transaction.

How is it secure?

Your card numbers are not stored on the phone. The wallet app assigns each credit and debit card a virtual card number, sometimes referred to as a token, that is only associated with the digital wallet and mobile device you use.
When you use your device to pay, the wallet doesn’t send your actual credit or debit card number with your payment. Instead, it uses the virtual card number to represent your account info. Your card then is never exposed and neither is your checking account.
The apps require authorization via your fingerprint, passcode, or another security measure before completing the transaction. Additionally, to just have a card loaded the app will require the user to have their device security setup. Therefore if someone found your phone they couldn’t access your wallet without unlocking your phone.

What is the cost to use a digital wallet?

$0. Nothing. Nada. The purchase will be the same amount as if you paid with your card.

Please note that wireless data charges may apply and you should consult with your wireless carrier for more information.