Google Pay further expands to 24 new US banks; here's the full list - PhoneArena

Google Pay further expands to 24 new US banks; here's the full list

Google Pay further expands to 24 new US banks; here's the full list
Google Pay is not as popular as Apple's similar digital wallet platform or as versatile and feature-rich as Samsung Pay, but when it comes to US banking partners, it's hard to rival the search giant's tour de force from the last couple of years. 

In the past few months alone, the already impressive list of several hundreds of banks supporting Google Pay stateside has expanded to include dozens of new names... a number of times. The latest such expansion sees a grand total of 24 financial institutions join the group, according to the eagle-eyed folks over at Android Police.

Obviously, there are no major newcomers to report, as Google has taken care of the financial industry's biggest names a long time ago, but we're fairly certain a good number of people will be glad to see their "minor" bank support the inevitable progress of payments towards a completely paperless, contactless future. Without further ado, here are all the 24 new US banks and credit unions that work with Google Pay to facilitate mobile transactions on NFC-powered devices running Android 5.0 and above:

  • American National Bank of Minnesota
  • American Southwest
  • Atlantic City Electric Company Employees Federal Credit Union
  • Bank of Luxemburg
  • Bank of Herscher
  • Bay State Savings Bank
  • Boone Bank & Trust Co.
  • E*Trade Bank
  • FNCB Bank
  • First Merchants Bank
  • First National Bank of Bemidji
  • Gateway First Bank
  • Jeep Country Federal Credit Union
  • MCU Financial Center Credit Union
  • Merck Sharp and Dome FCU
  • Northwest Bank of Rockford
  • PremierOne Credit Union
  • Red River CU
  • State Bank of Davis
  • The Claxton Bank
  • Ukrainian Selfreliance FCU
  • Vanderbilt University Employees CU

Both credit and debit cards issued by these financial institutions can be virtually stored in the Google Pay app and then easily used at supporting retailers nationwide, as well as in apps and on websites like Airbnb, Caviar, Doordash, Fandango, Groupon, and Starbucks.
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