Google Pay expands availability to 62 new banks across 17 countries


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Google Pay expands availability to 62 new banks across 17 countries
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Google’s popular wallet and digital payment system – Google Pay – has just increased support to 17 new countries. Hence, 62 banks across the globe will offer support to the cashless payment platform. That includes countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

Countries and Banks with Google Pay support:

Australia

  • 86 400

Canada

  • Peoples Trust Company

Chile

  • BCI

Czech Republic

  • Air Bank a.s.
  • UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s.

Denmark

  • BankNordik
  • BankNordik (Faroe Islands)
  • Basisbank
  • Betri Bank (Faroe Islands)
  • Borbjerg Sparekasse
  • Broager Sparekasse
  • Dragsholm Sparekasse
  • Dronninglund Sparekasse
  • Fanoe Sparekasse
  • Folkesparekassen
  • Froes Sparekasse
  • Jutlander Bank
  • Klim Sparekasse
  • Laan & Spar Bank
  • Langaa Sparekasse
  • Middelfart Sparekasse
  • N26
  • Nordoya Sparikassi (Faroe Islands)
  • Rise Flemloese Sparekasse
  • Roende Sparekasse
  • Soenderhaa-Hoersted Sparekasse
  • Sparekassen “Den lille Bikube”
  • Balling
  • Bredebro
  • Djursland
  • Sparekassen for Nr. Nebel & Omegn
  • Kronjylland
  • Thy
  •  Vendsyssel
  • Stadil Sparekasse
  • Suduroyar Sparikassi (Faroe Islands)

Finland

  • Eika Kredittbank
  • Eika Alliansebanker
  • N26
  • Oma Säästöpankki

Germany

  • Consors Bank
  • Allianz

Japan

  • JNB Visa Debit
  • Kansai Mirai Bank
  • Mitsubishi UFJ Debit
  • Resona Bank
  • Saitama Resona Bank
  • Sony Bank
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Card Company (SMCC)

Norway

  • N26
  • Eika Kredittbank

Poland

  • Bank Millennium
  • N26

Russia

  • Joint Stock Company Surgutneftegasbank
  • Renaissance Credit Commercial Bank LLC

Slovakia

  • UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s.

Spain

  • Evo Banco

Sweden

  • N26

Switzerland

  • N26

UK

  • Curve 1 Ltd.

Ukraine

  • JSB Ukrgasbank
  • JSC Procredit Bank

The German Bank N26 is already supporting Google Pay, but it has now expanded to several European countries. Moreover, half of the additions are based in Denmark. The Sparekassen (savings banks) now support NFC payments, so it’s easy for them to join Google’s Payment platform.

This is the second massive Google Pay rollout in 2019.  Actually, the last one was in July when the company added support to 25 new banks. The service is currently available in 30 countries in the Globe. Google expects to increase the platform’s popularity in the coming years with more countries and more banks offering Google Pay integration.

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