If you’re not a fan of Apple Pay or Samsung Pay, luckily for you as far as mobile payments are concerned, there are always more options and alternatives, such as Android Pay. The good news is that if you are a Chase customer, support for Google’s mobile payment service could be kicking off on the 7th of September.
This is thanks to a leaked internal memo obtained by Android Police that shows that Android Pay support will be coming in the next couple of weeks. It is pretty straightforward in the sense that on the 7th of September, all Chase cards will support Android Pay, which means that if you have a Visa-branded consumer card, business and/or consumer debit cards, and Chase liquid cards, you’ll be good to go.
Of course there’s no telling if this internal memo is legit, but we have to say that it does look pretty real. Either way we will just have to wait and see if it turns out to be true in the next few weeks, or maybe even sooner as we reckon Chase might want to announce the feature beforehand so that customers can start getting ready by downloading the app from the Google Play Store, which you can go ahead and download if you haven’t done so already.