After a long wait, Google has today announced that you can finally use its mobile payments service, Android Pay, with your Chase bank account.

It’s with great delight that we welcome Chase, one of the largest banks in the US, to the Android Pay family. Starting today, Android Chase customers can add their eligible Chase Visa cards like Freedom, Slate, Sapphire, United Mileage Explorer and Hyatt Credit Card to Android Pay.

It looks like pretty much every Chase card will work with the service, including Chase Debit Card, Chase Business Debit, Chase Slate, Chase Freedom, Chase Freedom UNLIMITED, Chase Sapphire, Chase Sapphire Preferred, and more.

Google has also announced that a couple new banks in the UK will also soon get Android Pay:

And across the pond in the UK, Santander and TSB customers and more will soon be able to add their cards to Android Pay. This rollout will start over the coming weeks – you can follow @Android on Twitter to find out exactly when.

Head over to Chase’s website to learn more about which cards are supported and how to get things set up — it’s not really all that much more complicated than grabbing the Android Pay app on a supported device and following a few steps.


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