Google Pay keeps expanding worldwide, but the Mountain View-based search giant seems to be focusing a lot more on adding support for new services, rather than bringing it to more countries.
In the last few days, Google Pay received support for tens of new banks across the world, including for TransferWise in a series of markets.
Users in Denmark seem to be the lucky ones in this rollout, as Google Pay now supports the majority of banks in the country, including several created for savings. Australia, Canada, Japan, and Russia are getting Google Pay for more banks.
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Google Pay support
As per AP, mobile bank N26 is now available in several new European markets, and this means that it supports Google Pay in other countries too. For example, Android users can configure Google Pay with N26 in Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Poland, and several others.
On the other hand, if you have a TransferWise card, you should be able to set up Google Pay in new countries like Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
The bad news is that while bank support is rapidly expanding for Google Pay, not the same thing can be said about countries where the service is available. At the time of writing, Google Pay is officially launched in 29 countries across the world (both Europe and the other continents).
However, worth noting is that Google Pay also works in a series of other markets, only that it allows for online payments (not in-store and contactless purchases). For now, Google has remained completely tightlipped regarding the launch date of Google Pay in countries where the service isn’t yet available.