Android Pay adds support for 60 more banks in U.S.

While Google continues to expand Android Pay's availability to additional countries, the mobile payments service is gaining support for more and more banks and merchants in the United States.

The latest update coming from Google confirms Android Pay is now available for 60 more banks in U.S. This could easily be one of the largest updates to the payments service since its launch.

The list of supported banks contains names like Alabama Credit Union, Bank of Sullivan, Bulls Eye Credit Union, Byline Bank, Cabrillo Credit Union, Charter Oak FCU, Columbia Bank, Commerce Bank, Commercial Savings Bank, Corydon State Bank, Decorah Bank & Trust, Dieterich Bank, Discovery Federal Credit Union and many more.

Although the companies added to the list of banks that support Android Pay are not as big as those announced in the previous updates, it's great that Google manages to cover such a broad range of U.S. financial institutions.

You can check the full list of newly added banks at the source link. If it's on the list, then you'll be able to add a debit or credit card to Android Pay and start using the payment service immediately.



1. cncrim

Posts: 1586; Member since: Aug 15, 2011

Samsung Pay still the best one. Where I live only about 30% store except NFC, Credit Card still need to be carry. Samsung Pay solve 97% Of the time except ATM and Gas station. So I kind like the idea QR code Walmart implement........ can be use anywhere and any smart phone.

3. tedkord

Posts: 17311; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

It is for now, but in time they'll all equal out.

2. Scott93274

Posts: 6032; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

Oh snap! I was pissed off because it was taking my bank forever to be added to the list, but I just checked the web page of participating banks and found that it was in fact already on there.... I'm not sure when that happened. lol.Cool, I'll have to set it up later.

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