Google has added another name to the list of markets where its mobile payments service Android Pay is now available. The company has launched the service in Belgium, making it the tenth country in the world to support Android Pay. The service is currently accepted at over 85,000 retail locations throughout Belgium, including Carrefour, McDonalds, … Read more
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Google has launched its mobile payments service Android Pay in Singapore, making it the first Asian country – and third worldwide after the US and UK – where the service is now available.
At launch, the service works with MasterCard and Visa cards from DBS, OCBC Bank, POSB, Standard Chartered Bank and UOB. Retail stores that accept Android Pay include 7-11, BreadTalk, Cold Storage, McDonalds, NTUC FairPrice, StarHub, Toast Box, Uniqlo, and Watsons – for the complete list, head to the Source link below.
This comes nearly a couple of weeks after rival Samsung Pay launched in Singapore. The Mountain View, California-based company is expected to launch the mobile payments service in Australia soon.