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Since Android Pay launched in May of 2015, new banks and credit unions have slowly but surely started to support the mobile payment system. Just today, it was announced that Chase would now support Android Pay. It also appears, however, that there are over 30 other smaller banks also now adding support…

The folks over at Android Police were kind enough to compile a list of all of the new banks and credit unions that were added this past week:

  1. Apple Federal Credit Union
  2. Associated School Employees Credit Union
  3. Athens State Bank
  4. Bank of the West
  5. C&F Bank
  6. Carson Bank
  7. Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union
  8. Community West Credit Union
  9. Connected Credit Union
  10. Core Bank
  11. Directions Credit Union
  12. Fox Communities CU
  13. Jackson Community FCU
  14. JD Bank
  15. Kitsap Credit Union
  16. Maine Family Federal Credit Union
  17. Maine State Credit Union
  18. Midland National Bank
  19. Miramar Federal Credit Union
  20. Montgomery Bank
  21. NorState Federal Credit Union
  22. Partners 1st Federal Credit Union
  23. People’s Choice Federal Credit Union
  24. Radius Bank
  25. Rogue Credit Union
  26. Royal Credit Union
  27. San Antonio Credit Union
  28. Service Credit Union
  29. Southern Mass Credit Union
  30. State Bank of Southern Utah
  31. Tonawanda Valley FCU
  32. United Bank
  33. University Credit Union
  34. Utilities Employees Credit Union

You can look through Android Pay’s support page for the full list of banks and credit unions that support Google’s mobile payments platform.

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Justin Duino

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