Google Pay adds support for 30 more US based banks

Google Pay is getting better and better sooner than expected. Last month we reported that it will start storing our tickets and boarding passes, and now we’re hearing that Google has partnered with 30+ banks in the USA to make its service even more ubiquitous. The added support for these banks means that accounts and cards of these banks can now be used with Google Pay for contact-less payments. The new additions are (in alphabetical order):


Google Pay newly added banks –

  1. BlueOX Credit Union
  2. City Credit Union
  3. Community First Credit Union (CA)
  4. Community Trust Bank
  5. Cortland Savings and Banking
  6. Desert Rivers Credit Union
  7. Edge FCU
  8. EFCU Financial
  9. Fall River Municipal Credit Union
  10. Family Savings Credit Union
  11. First Community Bank (SC)
  12. First National Bank in Howell
  13. First National Bank of Sandoval
  14. Forward Bank
  15. Generations Credit Union
  16. Glass City Federal Credit Union
  17. Granite Credit Union
  18. IncredibleBank
  19. Kentucky Bank
  20. Los Alamos National Bank
  21. MembersOwn Credit Union
  22. Monson Savings Bank
  23. North Shore Trust and Savings
  24. OU Federal Credit Union
  25. Prospera Credit Union
  26. Rockford Municipal FCU
  27. The Village Bank
  28. United Bank and Trust
  29. Wellington State Bank
  30. Wyoming Bank & Trust
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After these additions, the total number of Google Pay’s supported banks in the US is approximately a hundred. You can see the full list here (expand other supported banks section), and if your bank’s name is there (or here) in the list then you can start using Google Pay for in-store purchases after adding your account or card information. Give it a try and let us know in comments below if there are any problems.

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