Google Pay expands availability in 17 countries, 62 new banks now supported

Yordan, 20 November 2019

The Google Pay availability has expanded to in 17 countries. A total of 62 banks across the globe now support the cashless payment platform, including countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

Australia

  • 86 400

Canada

  • Peoples Trust Company

Chile

  • BCI

Czech Republic

  • Air Bank a.s.
  • UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s.

Denmark

  • BankNordik
  • BankNordik (Faroe Islands)
  • Basisbank
  • Betri Bank (Faroe Islands)
  • Borbjerg Sparekasse
  • Broager Sparekasse
  • Dragsholm Sparekasse
  • Dronninglund Sparekasse
  • Fanoe Sparekasse
  • Folkesparekassen
  • Froes Sparekasse
  • Jutlander Bank
  • Klim Sparekasse
  • Laan & Spar Bank
  • Langaa Sparekasse
  • Middelfart Sparekasse
  • N26
  • Nordoya Sparikassi (Faroe Islands)
  • Rise Flemloese Sparekasse
  • Roende Sparekasse
  • Soenderhaa-Hoersted Sparekasse
  • Sparekassen "Den lille Bikube"
  • Sparekassen Balling
  • Sparekassen Bredebro
  • Sparekassen Djursland
  • Sparekassen for Nr. Nebel & Omegn
  • Sparekassen Kronjylland
  • Sparekassen Thy
  • Sparekassen Vendsyssel
  • Stadil Sparekasse
  • Suduroyar Sparikassi (Faroe Islands)

Finland

  • Eika Kredittbank
  • Eika Alliansebanker
  • N26
  • Oma Säästöpankki

Germany

  • Consors Bank
  • Allianz

Japan

  • JNB Visa Debit
  • Kansai Mirai Bank
  • Mitsubishi UFJ Debit
  • Resona Bank
  • Saitama Resona Bank
  • Sony Bank
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Card Company (SMCC)

Norway

  • N26
  • Eika Kredittbank

Poland

  • Bank Millennium
  • N26

Russia

  • Joint Stock Company Surgutneftegasbank

  • Renaissance Credit Commercial Bank LLC

Slovakia

  • UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s.

Spain

  • Evo Banco

Sweden

  • N26

Switzerland

  • N26

UK

  • Curve 1 Ltd.

Ukraine

  • JSB Ukrgasbank
  • JSC Procredit Bank

The German mobile bank N26 is already supporting Google Pay, but it has now expanded to half a dozen European countries. Looking at the list, half of the financial institutions are based in Denmark - a lot of the Sparekassen (savings banks) now support NFC payments, meaning they can easily join the Google Pay family.

Last time we saw such a massive rollout was in July when 25 banks were added. The service is currently available in 30 countries all over the globe, supporting hundreds of traditional banks and modern fin-tech platforms like Revolut, Monzo, etc.

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  • J

Oddly enough I managed to pay with Google Pay in Bulgaria a couple of times this year (although most POS terminals rejected my phone ("invalid card number")).

  • payaxy

The list is either woefully outdated or inaccurate, or both. E.g. in Czech Republic you have listed only fraction from a total of 12 banks that support Google pay here: https://support.google.com/pay/answer/7572320 Same for another country I check...

You don't have to use google pay if other banks allow for mobile payment in your region through their app or something. (I also believe I saw a EU ruling recently, demanding that Apple also opens up their NFC for others to use. Their way of mono...

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