German Digital Only Bank N26 Makes Google Pay Services Available For Austria, Estonia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, the Netherlands and Portugal

 

Digital-only bank platform N26 recently announced it is bringing Google Pay to customers in Austria, Estonia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, the Netherlands, and Portugal. The company made Google Pay available to customers starting in 2018, with the first launches in Belgium, Ireland, Slovakia, and Spain.

“And all you need is your smartphone to pay online and in apps, as well as in restaurants, bars, stores, and more—simply add your N26 card to Google Pay. Then, just look out for the NFC terminal when you’re shopping, hold your phone above it and that’s it! Done.”

Here’s how to set up Google Pay:

Just follow these steps to link your N26 card to Google Pay:

  1. Open the Cards tab in your N26 app

  2. Tap on Card Settings Add to Google Pay

  3. That’s it, it’s ready to use!

N26 went on to add that customers may start paying with their N26 account with Google Pay even before their physical N26 card arrives in the mail.

Founded in 2013 and launched in early 2015, N26 claims it is building the first mobile bank that the world loves to use. More than 5 million customers in 25 markets have generated over €2 billion in monthly transaction volume through its platform. N26 currently operates in: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.S. 

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