Barclaycard US, 58 other banks add support for Android Pay

Google’s Android Pay team is keeping the momentum going, with support for 59 more banks added. While most of the banks in question are regional banks hailing from Texas and other southwestern states, the most nationally known is likely Barclayscard US. This update brings the total number of participating banks to 1,131.

Here’s the complete list of newly participating banks.

  1. Alden State Bank
  2. Almena State Bank
  3. Bank of the Sierra
  4. Banner Bank
  5. Barclaycard US
  6. CCB Community Bank
  7. Central National Bank & Trust – Enid
  8. Century Bank of Georgia
  9. Community First Bank Heartland
  10. Credit One Bank
  11. Deer Valley Credit Union
  12. Delta County Credit Union
  13. Devon Bank
  14. Element Federal Credit Union
  15. Envista Credit Union
  16. Farmers & Merchants Bank of Ashland
  17. Farmers & Merchants of Long Beach
  18. First Bankers Trust Company, NA
  19. First Basin Credit Union
  20. First Coast Federal CU
  21. First National Bank of Groton
  22. First National Bank Texas
  23. First Premier Bank
  24. First State Bank of the Southeast
  25. Flanagan State Bank
  26. Fort Hood National Bank
  27. Fort Sill Federal Credit Union
  28. Glenwood State Bank
  29. Greenwood Credit Union
  30. Holyoke Credit Union
  31. Houston Police FCU
  32. Illini State Bank
  33. Itasca Bank & Trust Co.

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