Android Pay officially launched just over two years ago on September 11, 2015, but Google’s mobile payment service continues to add new banks and credit unions in the United States. This week, Google’s support page for Android Pay added 24 new financial institutions in the US that now support the service, bringing the total number up to 996. Yes, that means close to 1,000 banks and credit unions now support Android Pay in this country.

Here are the newest additions to the Android Pay family:

  • Bank of Idaho
  • Beehive Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens Bank (WI)
  • Community National Bank & Trust of Texas
  • Duke University FCU
  • First Community Bank (TX)
  • Great Plains Bank
  • Guaranty Bank & Trust Company of Delhi
  • Gulf Winds FCU
  • Mascoma Savings Bank
  • Meadows Bank
  • Meriwest Credit Union
  • Nascoga Federal Credit Union
  • One Bank & Trust, N.A.
  • Pen Air FCU
  • Security Federal Bank
  • Texas Brand Bank
  • The Bryn Mawr Trust Co.
  • The State Bank and Trust Company
  • TrueCore FCU
  • Wauna FCU
  • West-Aircomm FCU
  • Westmoreland Community FCU
  • Xplore Federal Credit Union

All of the major banks, and many of the smaller ones, now support Android Pay in the US, and since it launched two years ago it has expanded into other countries, including the UK, Canada, Ireland, Poland, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Belgium, Japan, Russia and New Zealand. However, there are major holdouts in some territories. Barclays Bank in the UK  launched its own mobile payment service earlier this summer. Android Pay was made available in Canada in May, but two major banks in that country, RBC and TD Bank, have yet to support it, even though both support its rival Apple Pay.