Google Is Expanding Its Google Pay Service In Other Countries
Back in the last month, Google added support for a myriad of new banks across several countries in the Globe. Today, the search giant is including a bunch more banks into its payment platform – Google Pay. In total, Google Pay will now offer support for 18 new banks across 5 countries. However, most of them are in Russia.
Along with Russia, Google Pay reach is being expanded in Czech Republic, France, Spain, and in the UK. You can check the list below to see if your country has been included.
- Československá obchodní banka
- ESSOX s.r.o.
- Orange Bank
- Bank Globus JSC
- Bratsky Narodny Bank JSC
- DALENA BANK, LTD
- JSCB «Energobank»
- Joint Stock Company “Bank DOM.RF”
- NBD-Bank PJSC
- Non-bank settlement credit institution Money.Mail.Ru (LLC)
- PJSC «DONСOMBANK»
- Prio-Vneshtorgbank (PJSC)
- Bankinter Consumer Finance
- Fineco Bank
- Tandem Bank Limited
Google’s cashless payment system has been in exponential growth over the past few years. Google Pay is the company’s response to the likes of Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. It’s great to see that the number of compatible banks is rising internationally, thus, allowing more users to dive in the world of cashless payment options.
You can head over to the source link for more details about GPay. There you can also check if your bank is on the list of supported ones.