Google to make Android Pay available for $20 and up in the US and Canada
Google’s Android Pay is set to be released in the United States and Canada on March 7, and will be available on Android devices starting March 10 for $10 a month.
The news comes via Google’s latest quarterly earnings report, which also revealed the company has a significant lead in digital payments.
According to the results, Google earned $3.76 billion in digital revenue, an increase of 22% over the same period last year, and saw the company sell 4.3 million credit and debit cards and pay for $2.4 billion in goods and services.
The $20 a month credit card, which Google will launch on March 10 in the U.S., will be made available to consumers in both the U, U.K., Australia, and New Zealand.
Google has been steadily improving its mobile payment solution since last year.
The company launched the Google Pay app in 2016, and last year added mobile banking in the country.
Google Wallet, which allows users to send cash and pay with mobile phones, was also launched.
Google’s latest report reveals that it has been making significant progress in building out a payment network for its products.
The service is currently in beta in over 100 countries.
As we reported earlier this month, Google’s mobile payments service will be launched with Android Pay in a number of countries.
Google Pay is designed to be compatible with a wide variety of payment methods, and is being rolled out to a wide array of products in addition to Android smartphones.
According to the company, over 30,000 merchants have accepted Google Pay in the last three months.