Google to release debit card

April 20, 2020 | Payments

Written by FinTech Alliance

Google to release debit card

According to leaked photos seen by TechCrunch, Google is developing a card.

In Brief:

  • Users will soon be able to use a physical and virtual card.

  • This will enable them to buy things instore and online.

  • The card is reportedly set to be branded with different bank partners.

What does this mean?

The Google card could become the foundation of the Google Pay app, which Google hopes will rival Apple Pay. Apple Pay released its own card in August 2019.

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