Android Pay gets 60 more Banks support in US


Android Pay is a Google Wallet replacement product. Android Pay is now becoming popular as it is launched in almost all the major countries. Samsung Pay and Apple are the main competitors of Android Pay. Today, Android Pay is further expanding their roots to more banks. As in US there are lot of banks in the country.

The newly added 60 New banks to the Android Pay bag are:

  • Alabama Credit Union
  • Bank of Sullivan
  • Bulls Eye Credit Union
  • Byline Bank
  • Cabrillo Credit Union
  • Charter Oak FCU
  • Columbia Bank
  • Commerce Bank
  • Commercial Savings Bank
  • Corydon State Bank
  • Decorah Bank & Trust
  • Dieterich Bank
  • Discovery Federal Credit Union
  • DuTrac Community Credit Union
  • Equity Bank
  • EverTrust Bank
  • First Alliance Bank
  • First Florida CU
  • First Metro Bank
  • First National Bank of Bellville
  • First U.S.Community Credit Union
  • First United Bank & Trust
  • Firstar Bank N.A.
  • Florida Parishes Bank
  • FNB of New Mexico
  • Franklin-Oil Region Credit Union
  • Generations Bank
  • Grandpoint Bank
  • Great Lakes First Federal CU
  • Gulf Coast Educators FCU
  • Hoosier Heartland State Bank
  • Isabella Bank
  • Lakeside Bank
  • Lamar Bank and Trust
  • Libertyville Savings Bank
  • Lone Star National Bank
  • Los Angeles Police FCU
  • Meijer Credit Union
  • Members Cooperative Credit Union
  • Meridian Bank
  • Midsouth Bank
  • North East Texas Credit Union
  • Pacific Premier Bank
  • Pasadena Federal Credit Union
  • PCSB Bank
  • Regional Missouri FCU
  • Rock Canyon Bank
  • Salal Credit Union
  • Sanborn Savings Bank
  • Southwest Financial FCU
  • Summit National Bank
  • The Lowell Five
  • The Middlefield Banking Company
  • Tradition Capital Bank
  • TwinStar Credit Union
  • Union Square Credit Union
  • Unitus Community Credit Union
  • University of Illinois CU
  • Virginia Credit Union
  • Wilson Bank & Trust

Hope the above list feel good for hassle free transaction from now on.

How many of you are using the Android Pay?

VIAAndroid Police
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