Google Pay expands to 13 more banks and credit unions in the United States

Google Pay expands to 13 more banks and credit unions in the United States
For many months Google is trying to cover all the United States with support for its mobile payment system. The Mountain View company is bringing Google Pay to more customers almost every month, so if your bank does not yet offer this service, you can be sure that it will come eventually.

At the beginning of the month, Google Pay was made available to 13 more banks and credit unions in the US. Here are all the names in alphabetical order: Educational Community Alliance Credit Union (OH), Exchange Bank (GA), First Bank Hampton (NW), Incommons Bank (TX), Legends Bank (MO), Members Choice of Central Texas Federal Credit Union, MidAmerica National Bank (IL), Park Community Credit Union (KY), Priority Bank (AR), Republic Bank (PA), Republic Bank of Chicago (IL), State Bank of Waterloo (IL), and The Citizens-Farmers Bank of Cole Camp (MO).

These are just a fraction of the number of financial institutions that offer Google Pay support in the US, so for the full list head to service's official website.

If you've never used Google Pay and want to try it you, then you'll be pleased to know that you can add any payment method accepted by the service including credit and debit cards, bank account, PayPal, gift cards, promo codes, as well as direct carrier billing.



1. AbhiD

Posts: 851; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

How many banks are there in USA? LOL. Google and Apple just keep adding more and more of them, yet there are more to add. Crazy numbers ...

2. emcdonald75

Posts: 166; Member since: Nov 07, 2012

I was thinking the same thing. I believe we have more banks than people LOL

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