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Google Pay added to mobile payment offering of Credit Suisse users

Tuesday 7 July 2020 10:47 CET | News

Switzerland-based Credit Suisse has announced that Google Pay will be added to the bank’s existing mobile payment options.

 

Credit Suisse will offer Google Pay to its private clients with a Mastercard or Visa credit card issued by Swisscard. Since Google Pay was launched in the Swiss market in April 2019, it has been available for use with Credit Suisse prepaid cards issued by Swiss Bankers. 

According to bank representatives, by expanding its product offering, Credit Suisse is responding to the changing needs of clients and providing them with an even wider range of mobile payment solutions that can also be used outside Switzerland. An Android smartphone (Android version 5.0 or higher) with near-field communication (NFC) capabilities is required to use Google Pay online, in apps, or in stores and restaurants. 




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Keywords: Credit Suisse, Google Pay, mobile payments, NFC payments, Google, Switzerland, prepaid card, Swiss Bankers, Europe
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: Switzerland
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