How do I change the default payment network on my Debit Mastercard in Apple Pay?
When you add your Debit Mastercard® to Apple Pay, your card is defaulted to the Mastercard network for payments with Apple Pay.
How to change the payment network on iPhone:
1. open the Wallet app
2. tap on your Debit Mastercard
3. tap the [more] image and choose the network.
How to change the payment network on Apple Watch:
1. double-click the side button and select your Debit Mastercard
2. firmly press the display, and choose the network
What if I can’t see the eftpos network option?
If you previously added your Debit Mastercard to Apple Pay from our app, only the Mastercard network will be available for purchases with Apple Pay. To access both Mastercard and eftpos networks, you’ll need to remove and then re-add your card to the Wallet.
When you do this, make sure you tap ‘Add a Different Card’ (as this will ensure your card doesn’t default to Mastercard again).
You can now change the payment network between Mastercard and eftpos whenever you choose following the steps listed above.
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