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Bank of Ireland enables customers to use Google Pay

Google Pay became the Bank’s first digital wallet

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Bank of Ireland enables customers to use Google Pay. Source: unsplash.com

Bank of Ireland has launched Google Pay thus enabling customers to add personal or business debit and credit cards to the digital wallet.

From now on, the Bank’s customers can add their cards to Google Pay and start using it in stores, online, and with Google products.

Google Pay is now available for Bank of Ireland customers, making it easier for those who prefer the convenience of paying in-store with their phone. From today, customers can add their personal and business debit cards and personal credit cards to Google Pay and start using the service. This is an important addition to our services and we look forward to bringing more new features to customers over the coming monthsrnrn
Christine Hamill, Director of Business Transformation at Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland has also announced a range of changes to its everyday banking services. For instance, a fast digital account opening process and a new flat-fee subscription model. It abolishes 26 individual charges and allows for unlimited contactless payments and ATM use.

We’ve reported that Klarna has introduced Google Pay for in-store purchases in the US. This way, Klarna is extending the contactless payment options at a time when consumers need them due to concerns about safety.

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