Android Pay adds support for 44 more US banks and credit unions

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Android Pay has been adding support for lots more US banks over the past few months, including major banking brand Chase, as well as introducing loyalty card integration and support for Uber. Today, the growing mobile payment platform is adding another 44 US based banks and credit unions to the list.

There aren’t any more major banks added this time around, as virtually all of the biggest banks are already supported. Instead, the latest batch adds support for a number of more local and smaller banks. It’s a pretty big list, but hopefully you’ll be able to spot your local bank below.

  • 1st Community FCU
  • Acadia Federal Credit Union
  • AltaOne Federal Credit Union
  • American Trust & Savings Bank
  • Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union
  • Bath Savings Institution
  • BloomBank
  • BrightStar Credit Union
  • Changing Seasons FCU
  • Cincinnati Ohio Police FCU
  • Coastway Community Bank
  • CrossFirst Bank
  • EECU
  • Entrust Financial Credit Union
  • F&M Trust
  • First Collinsville Bank
  • First Commonwealth Bank
  • First County Bank
  • FNB Community Bank
  • Forcht Bank, NA
  • GenFed Financial Credit Union
  • Greenville Federal Credit Union
  • Hawaii Law Enforcement FCU
  • Iberia Bank
  • Jax Federal Credit Union
  • Lake Area Bank
  • Landmark Bank
  • MassMutual Federal Credit Union
  • Moven
  • Navigant Credit Union
  • Progress Bank and Trust
  • Sandy Spring Bank
  • Southern Bank
  • Surety Bank
  • Tennessee Valley FCU
  • The Northumberland National Bank
  • Town & Country FCU
  • Tucson Federal Credit Union
  • UMassFive College FCU
  • Union Bank & Trust Company
  • United Bank of Michigan
  • United Equity CU
  • University of Iowa Community CU
  • Waldo State Bank

Meanwhile in the UK, Android Pay finally has the support of TSB, another one of the country’s largest banks. This follows an announcement just over a week ago that Santander, NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Ulster Bank are also now supported in the country.

If you haven’t given Android Pay a try yet, you can grab the app for free from the Play Store. We also have a handy guide with everything that you need to know about making mobile payments.

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By | 2016-09-21T03:00:09+00:00 September 21st, 2016|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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