Google Pay expands to 25 new banks in 14 countries

Google Pay expands to 25 new banks in 14 countries
Apple Pay and Google Pay compete with each other for world dominance, while other services like Samsung Pay and LG Pay struggle to keep up. If you're using an Android or iOS smartphone in the US, the chance is your bank already supports either of the two big mobile payment systems. However, if you live in Europe, Apple Pay and Google Pay could offer more coverage than they do right now.

However, both companies are making efforts to bring their mobile payment services to larger audiences. As of last week, Google Pay covers 25 new banks in 14 different countries (via AndroidPolice).

Here is the list of banks that now support Google Pay: Queensland Country Bank (Australia), Moorwand Limited, Lunar (Denmark), Moorwand Limited (Finland), Augsburger Aktienbank, Curve, Netbank, Penta (Germany), Flow S.p.A. Societa Benefit (Italy), Revolut Technologies Japan (Japan), Moorwand Limited, Lunar, Sparebanken Sogn og Fjordane (Norway), Idea Bank, SGB (Poland), Commercial Bank Garant-Invest Bank Joint Stock Company, Commercial Bank Sinko-Bank, Industrial Agricultural Bank, Joint Stock Commercial Bank IRS, Joint Stock Company First Investment Bank, JSC Kuban Trade Bank (Russia), Ceskoslovenska obchodna banka (Slovakia), Aplazame SL (Spain), Marginalen Bank, Moorwand Limited, Lunar, Volvofinans Bank AB (Sweden), Yapeal (Switzerland), Moorwand Limited, Weatherbys Bank, and Whim (United Kingdom).

To start using Google Pay, you need to download the app from the Play Store if you don't already have it on your phone. Then, follow the step-by-step guide to add your cards and start using Google Pay.

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