Google Pay support arrives for 30 new banks in the United States

Google Pay support arrives for 30 new banks in the United States
Google Pay, just like Apple Pay, keeps expanding in the United States almost on a monthly basis. Today, Google updated the list of banks and credit unions that now support its mobile payments service with 30 new names.

These 30 new names added to the already long list of supported banks and financial institutions that provide Google Pay service to its customers. You can find the new additions below, but for the full list you can check out Google's support page:

BlueOX Credit Union, City Credit Union, Community First Credit Union (CA), Community Trust Bank, Cortland Savings and Banking, Desert Rivers Credit Union, EFCU Financial, Edge FCU, Fall River Municipal Credit Union, Family Savings Credit Union, First Community Bank (SC), First National Bank in Howell, First National Bank of Sandoval, Forward Bank, Generations Credit Union, Glass City Federal Credit Union, Granite Credit Union, Incredible Bank, Kentucky Bank, Los Alamos National Bank, Members Own Credit Union, Monson Savings Bank, North Shore Trust and Savings, OU Federal Credit Union, Prospera Credit Union, Rockford Municipal FCU, The Village Bank, United Bank and Trust, Wellington State Bank, and Wyoming Bank & Trust.

Since Google expands its mobile payment service just about every month, it's a matter of “when” everyone in the United States will be able to take advantage Google Pay, so you'll have to wait patiently if your bank isn't yet on the list of supported financial institutions.

source: Google via AndroidPolice

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5 Comments

1. Pigaro

Posts: 90; Member since: May 15, 2016

Write a comment...what about unibank

2. surethom

Posts: 1730; Member since: Mar 04, 2009

Omg how many banks are in America?

3. MarvzIsFallen

Posts: 646; Member since: Aug 11, 2017

There are about billions of android out there who can use google pay and yet apple had only millions and they gain billions profit in their services. Maybe androids were holding off their hard earned money. Haha

4. Sammy_DEVIL737

Posts: 1529; Member since: Nov 28, 2016

For your kind information every Android phone doesn't have NFC (hope you know what it is) through which Android Pay works but considering you know nothing outside Apple keep this information.

5. Deadeye37

Posts: 311; Member since: Jan 25, 2011

In America, basically any financial institution that starts supporting tap-to-pay will pick up all 3 services (Google Pay, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay). This is because the card processors are basically putting it all in a package.

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