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Chase finally adds support for Android Pay

After a long wait, Chase credit and debit cards are now supported by Google's Android Pay mobile payment platform in the US.

Published onSeptember 7, 2016

Chase Bank Android Pay

As promised back at the end of August, Chase bank cards are now supported by Android Pay. Both Google and Chase have updated their mobile payment websites to give mention to the bank and mobile payment system. This is sure to come as a relief to the large number of consumers that use the bank and have been itching to starting using Android Pay.

This news adds a huge number of supported Visa credit and debit cards to Android Pay. I’ll leave the list below:

  • Chase Debit Card
  • Chase Business Debit
  • Chase Slate®
  • Chase Freedom®
  • Chase Freedom UNLIMITEDSM
  • Chase Sapphire®
  • Chase Sapphire Preferred®
  • AARP® Credit Cards from Chase
  • Rewards Visa Card
  • British Airways Visa Signature® Card
  • Chase Liquid®
  • Disney Premier Visa® Card
  • Disney Rewards® Visa® Card
  • Disney Visa® Debit Card
  • Fairmont Visa Signature® Card
  • The Hyatt Credit Card
  • J.P. Morgan Business Debit Card
  • J.P. Morgan Debit Card
  • J.P. Morgan Palladium Card
  • Marriott Rewards Credit Card
  • MK® Reward Visa® Card
  • MK® Visa® Card
  • The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card
  • Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Plus Card
  • Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Premier Card
  • United MileagePlus® Club Visa Card
  • United MileagePlus® Explorer Visa Card
  • United MileagePlus® Presidential Plus Visa® Card
  • United MileagePlus® Visa Card
  • Rewards Visa® Card

In case you missed it, Android Pay works using NFC technology, so you’ll need a phone that support this standard and is running Android 4.4 or newer. Payments are accepted any any modern NFC compatible payment terminal, which will usually be accompanied by a contactless card or Android Pay logo. See below.

Android pay NFC icon

Chase customers can now go ahead and register their cards to their Android devices. If you’ve been waiting for this news, you can grab the free Android Pay download from the link below.

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