Android Pay Now Supported By Over 1,100 Banks in The US

As we close out 2017, the odds are better that your bank or financial institution supports Android Pay rather than it not.  That’s because the tap-to-pay service for Android devices added another 59 banks and credit unions to the support list today, bringing the total to 1,131 supported here in the United States.

I remind you that in January of this year, fewer than 400 banks were supported.

As has largely been the case over the past six months, most of the additions to the supported list are smaller, regional or local financial institutions.  Thanks to the team over at Android Police, after the break you can read the full list of new banks supported.

Here you go!

  • Alden State Bank
  • Almena State Bank
  • Bank of the Sierra
  • Banner Bank
  • Barclaycard US
  • CCB Community Bank
  • Central National Bank & Trust – Enid
  • Century Bank of Georgia
  • Community First Bank Heartland
  • Credit One Bank
  • Deer Valley Credit Union
  • Delta County Credit Union
  • Devon Bank
  • Element Federal Credit Union
  • Envista Credit Union
  • Farmers & Merchants Bank of Ashland
  • Farmers & Merchants of Long Beach
  • First Bankers Trust Company, NA
  • First Basin Credit Union
  • First Coast Federal CU
  • First National Bank of Groton
  • First National Bank Texas
  • First Premier Bank
  • First State Bank of the Southeast
  • Flanagan State Bank
  • Fort Hood National Bank
  • Fort Sill Federal Credit Union
  • Glenwood State Bank
  • Greenwood Credit Union
  • Holyoke Credit Union
  • Houston Police FCU
  • Illini State Bank
  • Itasca Bank & Trust Co.
  • Kohler Credit Union
  • Lincoln Park Community Credit Union
  • Marquette Savings Bank
  • Members Exchange
  • Members First Credit Union of NH
  • Middlesex Federal Savings
  • Montecito Bank and Trust
  • New Horizons Credit Union
  • Penn East FCU
  • People’s Bank of Texas
  • Premier Bank
  • Professional Bank
  • Security Credit Union
  • Signature Bank of Arkansas
  • South Story Bank & Trust
  • State Bank & Trust Co.
  • Stock Yards Bank & Trust
  • Suma Yonkers FCU
  • Sutton Bank-Samsung
  • Texoma Community Credit Union
  • The Citizens Bank of Cochran
  • The Old Fort Banking Company
  • Think Mutual Bank
  • US Community Credit Union
  • Water and Power Community CU
  • Western State Bank

If your financial institution is supported, you just need to have the Android Pay app installed on your NFC compatible phone.  Once you complete the registration process with your bank, you can go to retailers where it is accepted and pay at the terminal with your phone instead of having to pull your wallet from your pocket.

Remember, if you see a sticker that says Apple Pay is support, that means Android Pay is supported too.  Both services use the same technology to verify your purchase.

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