Google Pay support added for 23 banks in the United States

Google Pay support added for 23 banks in the United States
Apple Pay and Google Pay compete for the most used mobile payment service in the United States, and to give themselves a better chance to win, both Apple and Google team up with as many banks and credit institutions in the country as possible.

The latest batch of U.S. banks that recently added Google Pay support contains 23 names, which you can find listed below:

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, IncredibleBank, Kentucky Bank, Los Alamos National Bank, MembersOwn 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.

The current list of banks that support Google Pay in the United States is quite huge and difficult to follow, but if you know the full name of your bank it's pretty easy to find out whether or not you can use the mobile payment service at the source link.

source: Google via AndroidPolice

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5 Comments

1. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2148; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

Who the hell is using Google Pay? I haven't heard of one person with an Android phone using Google Pay...

2. andynaija

Posts: 1255; Member since: Sep 08, 2012

People. Just because you don't use it doesn't mean that other people don't use it.

3. PhoneCritic

Posts: 1354; Member since: Oct 05, 2011

I use it (as well as Samsung and Paypal pay so I have multiple options) and a lot of my colleges who have android phones also do too ( either Google or Samsung).

4. TechNeck

Posts: 650; Member since: Aug 29, 2014

I use it all the time with my V20 when I'm traveling, but when I'm here in the states I'll switch between Apple Pay and Google Pay depending on what phone I have on me at the time.

5. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

Wont matter as long as most retailers sont support NFC. Samsung Pay for the win with MST capability.

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