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Android Pay adds more U.S. banks, including (maybe) Capital One

The list of U.S. banks that support Android Pay has been updated, and it includes Capital One, but so far there's no official confirmation this is correct.

Published onOctober 31, 2016

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Android Pay, Google’s payment system for its Android devices, now has many more U.S. based banks and credit unions that support it. One of the new banks on the list is also one of the biggest in the U.S, Capital One, but so far there’s no independent confirmation from that bank that it has indeed joined the Android Pay train.

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Here’s the new list of banks in the U.S. that now support Android Pay:

  • Alpine Bank
  • Anheuser Busch Employees CU
  • Bristol County Savings Bank
  • Capital One
  • CinFed Credit Union
  • City & County CU
  • City National Bank
  • cPort Credit Union
  • Eaton Family Credit Union
  • First Flight FCU
  • First New York FCU
  • Fremont Bank
  • Georgia’s Own Credit Union
  • HomeTrust Bank
  • Hudson Valley Federal CU
  • LCNB National Bank
  • Leyden CU
  • Michigan Educational CU
  • Neighbors Credit Union
  • North Dallas Bank & Trust
  • Pacific Service Credit Union
  • Philadelphia FCU
  • Rainbow Federal Credit Union
  • Redwood Capital Bank
  • Seaboard Federal Credit Union
  • Seacoast Bank
  • SELCO Community Credit Union
  • Settlers Bank
  • ShareFax Credit Union
  • Siouxland FCU
  • Southside Bank
  • Texas First Bank
  • Three Rivers Federal Credit Union
  • United Community Bank
  • United Savings CU
  • University of Toledo FCU
  • WEOKIE Credit Union
  • York County FCU

We would note that Capital One was added to the Android Pay U.S. bank list back in May, but it was later removed. Android Police notes that, as of this writing, Capital One cards are not getting full support from Android Pay, but it’s possible that the bank is simply rolling it out slowly. We will update this post when we get official confirmation, one way or another.

It should also be noted that Capital One added support for rival payment system Samsung Pay in September. If you are a customer of that bank, are you happy that Android Pay may also be supported as well?

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