"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". During the coming weeks, consumers will begin to see Google Pay online, in store, and across Google products.
That looks to change soon, as LG announced that LG Pay will make its way to the U.S.by June, reports Yonhap News. Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) has been the key to Samsung Pay's adoption in the United States, considering not every retailer accepts NFC payments, like those from Google Pay (aka Android Pay) and Apple Pay. LG little slow in rolling out the support for the Payment system, compared with the Samsung Pay and Android Pay services which are now available in more than 15 countries. Android Pay and Google Wallet branding will be replaced by Google Pay branding.
On the heels of Google merging Android Pay and Google Wallet into one Google Pay to rule them all, another mobile payment system looms over the horizon. More importantly, Google Pay, will (hopefully) make mobile payments less confusing in the days to come. 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 is also offering discounts if you purchase an item using GPay as a promotion for the launch of the These service. discounts can be used at Fandango, Instacart, and B&H. We'll update this article when and if we hear back from the company.
Google Pay is another one of Google's numerous experiments in the digital payments market. Google Pay is very much like Apple Pay, although obviously instead of using an Apple device you are on an Android device.