Pay on the go, without your wallet

Why you will love this

Enjoy all the benefits of your OCBC Cards using Fitbit Pay, the easy, secure and private way to pay.

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Important announcement

Starting 16 November 2022, Google Pay has replaced Fitbit Pay as the payment wallet on the Sense 2 and Versa 4 devices.

Find out more about Google Pay here.

Features and benefits

Pay for your rides and shopping with Fitbit Pay.



Pay with OCBC Cards on Fitbit Pay at all places where contactless payment is available!



Tap & go™ for your bus and train rides with your OCBC Mastercard® on Fitbit Pay.

How to Pay

Fitbit Ionic: How to Add Debit or Credit Cards for Fitbit Pay

Discover how to add debit or credit cards to Fitbit Ionic to enable easy on-the-wrist payments.

Pay with your Fitbit
Fitbit Pay is accepted at all places where Contactless Payment is available.

Look out for this sign with OCBC Cards on Fitbit Pay.
Additional Information
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