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Mobile Banking

What can mobile banking do for you?

Our Mobile Banking app lets you bank anytime, anywhere from your smart phone or tablet. 

Services available to you via Wrentham Cooperative Bank mobile banking include:  

• View Account Balances and Transaction History
• Transfer Funds
• Pay Bills
• Deposit Checks
• Person to person (P2P) payments using Popmoney
• Manage your Wrentham Cooperative Bank Debit MasterCard
• And More!

Wrentham Cooperative Bank's Mobile Banking App may be downloaded from Google Play or the Apple App Store.  Either go to the Google Play Store from your Android device or the App Store from your Apple device and search for "Wrentham Cooperative Bank Mobile Banking".  You can also click on the appropriate button below: 

 Download on App Store  Get it on Google Play

 You can also enroll in Mobile Banking by logging into Online Banking, selecting Profile, and in the Mobile Banking section, select Enroll.

Mobile Payments

For those with compatible devices, Apple Pay®, Samsung Pay®, and Google PayTM allow you to pay for transactions with your Wrentham Cooperative Bank Debit MasterCard without pulling out your wallet. 

Instructions to start using Apple Pay

If you have an iPhone® 6 or 6 Plus (or later), or Apple Watch®, you can use your device to pay with your Wrentham Cooperative Bank Debit MasterCard both in stores and within apps.  If you have an iPad Air® 2 or iPad miniTM3 (or later) you can use Apple Pay to make in-app purchases with your debit card.  Set-up instructions from Apple can be found here.

Instructions to start using Samsung Pay

Available on Samsung's latest devices as well as: Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 active, Galaxy S6, Gear S2 (with NFC only) and Gear S3.  Set-up instructions from Samsung can be found here.

Instructions to start using Google Pay

Google Pay works with most Android 4.4 KitKat (or newer) devices that have near field communication (NFC) and host card emulation (HCE) capabilities.  To find out if your device supports NFC, head to the connections settings and look for the option to enable it.  The best way to find out if your device supports HCE is to try and download the Android Pay app, which will give you a warning if your device isn't compatible.  Set-up instructions for Google Pay can be found here.