A total of 45 new banks have added support for Android Pay, Google's mobile payments service. The list includes Avidia Bank, Bridgehampton National Bank, Denmark State Bank, Freedom National Bank, Norwood Bank, and Scottrade Bank.
To see if your bank now supports the service, head to the Source link below.
Android Pay was first launched by Google in the US, something which happened back in September 2015. Since then, the service has been steadily launching in other markets around the world. In the last few months, the service has arrived in New Zealand, Poland, and Ireland.
If you have problem who do you call? Where on Google's webpage do they have details on who to call to check on why your payment didn't get through? For all the flaws of banks, at least they have a number to call up when things go wrong. Why would I h...
Samsung Pay works far, far better. Even works at 10 year old *NON* NFC locations.
No Barclays. Bloody hell