Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Research | By Raquel Erickson

LG Pay Coming to United States by June

LG Pay Coming to United States by June

Even Android Pay, which was recently combined with Google Wallet to form Google Pay, is in 17 countries and can be used on Android devices with NFC functionality. The best part is that if you have your payment information already saved into your Google account, you will not need to do anything. When you begin using Google Pay, you will notice it is much easier to purchase items and pay for them. So far, there were no talks regarding the worldwide availability of LG Pay, and here is the answer. The reason why Android Pay has failed to make the cut till now, is because Google apparently believes that the service would make little sense here. This allows users to touch a smartphone to a credit card device for the final connection, which may give it the same advantage of wide-scale acceptance that gave Samsung Pay something of an edge. Google Pay can also be used online and across the various Google products. Google's Tez is different from Paytm in that you can't store money in the app.

Google Pay, according to the Mountain View California-based tech giant is now available on Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart, and other apps and websites.

As such, it will be an uphill battle for LG to convince people to use its mobile payment platform. Whether you are in-store or online, you will be able to quickly checkout using just one or two clicks with this service. Apple Pay on the other hand is supported in 25 countries and regions.


We hope in the future that even more companies jump on the bandwagon and begin supporting the new Google payment option.

Google Pay is another one of Google's numerous experiments in the digital payments market.

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