Google Pay add supports for 25 more banks across Europe, Asia and New Zealand


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Google Pay is the search giant’s solution for digital payments. It’s a convenient and practical way to perform payments with your smartphone.  However, not all banks across the globe have a partnership with the Mountain View company. So whenever a new bank is added to the list it’s a reason to celebrate. What to say about 25 banks across different regions?

Google Pay is adding support for 25 banks across Europe, Asia and one bank In New Zealand. The said bank in New Zealand is ASB Bank. Europe adds a lot more to the list from France, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK and Ukraine.

Ukraine

  • JSCB “INDUSTRIALBANK”

Finland

  • Komplett Bank AS

Ireland

  • PerfectCard

Germany

  • Consors Finanz BNP Paribas

France

  • PCS

Norway

  • Komplett Bank AS
  • Sbanken

Poland

  • SGB-Bank SA
  • Bank Pocztowy Spolka Akcyjna

Spain

  • Abanca
  • Caja Rural
  • Cajasur
  • Cecabank
  • Ibercaja
  • Kutxabank
  • Liberbank
  • Ontinyent
  • Unicaja

Russia

  • BANK SGB PJSC

Sweden

  • Komplett Bank AS

UK

  • PerfectCard

The newly supported Asian banks are as follows:

Japan

  • Rakuten Card
  • The Awa Bank, Ltd.

Singapore

  • Citibank Singapore Limited

It’s nice to see that the search giant is keen to expand its payment system to more countries across the globe. To find out if your bank or card is accepted for in-store and other contactless Google Pay purchases on your smartphone, head to the source link to check it out. You must have an NFC-compatible Android smartphone to use the contactless payment.

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