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Google has revealed that it’s now added compatibility for a selection of Chase Bank’s most popular credit and debit cards to Android Pay.
Amongst the newly supported cards are Chase’s Visa-issued Freedom, Slate, Sapphire, United Mileage Explorer and Hyatt credit cards.
Just like every other bank that’s offering payments through Android Pay, Chase customers will have to add their card details and enter a verification code before they can make a payment using the service.
Once successfully configured, they’ll have the facility to use Android Pay to not only purchase goods in brick-and-mortar stores via NFC, but online too, using the latest version of Google Chrome for mobile.
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