Ticket Service Fandango Adding Google Pay as Digital Payment Option

Ticket Service Fandango Adding Google Pay as Digital Payment Option

It's joining with Airbnb, Dice, HungryHouse, and Instacart in the launch of a revamped Google Pay - touted as bringing together Google's various payment platforms, including Android Pay and Google Wallet, under one unified service.

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Google explicitly says that this change is merely cosmetic and the systems' overall functionalities will remain unchanged, which should be a sign of relief for those who are used to things happening a certain way. Lastly, Instacart orders of at least $35 completed with Google Pay by January 16 score $10 markdowns. At the core, Google Pay is simply a combination of Android Pay and Google Wallet. "With Google Pay, it'll be easier for you to use the payment information saved to your Google Account, so you can speed through checkout with peace of mind", Bhat said. Instead of pulling the GWallet plug altogether, though, the peer-to-peer payments service is uniting with Android Pay for a "simpler, safer, and more consistent" experience. Then in 2015, Google came out with Android Pay, with support from three major U.S. carriers. Have you noticed the Google Pay branding yet? The unified Google Pay brand will also help Google advance its platform more quickly, without needing to worry about maintaining two separate apps. Over the past couple of years this payment service reached the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Poland, Russia and Canada among many other countries.

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