Google Pay is now available in France

Customers from six different banks in France can start using Google’s mobile payment service

Google Pay is now available in France. Source: shutterstock.com

Google Pay has continued its global expansion and is now also available in France, Ecommerce News reports. Customers from six different banks in France can start using Google’s mobile payment service. Google Pay can also be used at several online services and retailers in France.

With the launch, Google has joined a crowded market, as Samsung Pay and Apple Pay are already available in this European country. In France, Google gets support for Visa and MasterCard from six banks and credit card companies: Boon, Boursorama Banque, Edenred France, Lydia, N26 and Revolut. A seventh player, Up, is said to be next.

French consumers can use Google Pay anywhere contactless payments are expected. The tech company has also partnered with several French online retailers to accept payments using Google Pay. Among these ecommerce companies are Deliveroo, Flixbus, Asos, and Ryanair.

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