"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". However, LG has now confirmed that the LG Pay service will be heading to the U.S.by June this year. Google Pay, which is also known as Gpay, will bring together Google Wallet and Android Pay.
LG G7's mentioning in LG Wallet app.
LG Pay has been running in South Korea since last June-June seems to be a big month for LG in general-and getting on an expansion footing is about the only way to snag business away from the enormous market of competitors in play. If and when it does, it will be directly competing with Samsung Pay in features.More news: Jacksonville Jaguars: Blueprint for victory vs
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LG Pay will not only be for premium smartphones though - LG plans to expand its mobile payment system to its mid-range smartphones in the U.S. sometime in 2019.
The overall goal of Google Pay is to simplify the many different payment options that are available on Android. Much like "Pay With Google", developer information for Google Pay has also been released.
The tech giant said it is expanding the mobile payment system function, from premium devices to its K10 smartphone and other mid-range mobile phones this year. Google is also running limited period offers with B&H, Fandango, and Instacart. More importantly, Google Pay, will (hopefully) make mobile payments less confusing in the days to come. Tez is translated to mean "fast" in Hindi, and comes with a digital wallet that will enable users in India to store currency. Not only does it have to compete with Samsung in South Korea, but its market penetration in the USA is meager compared to Samsung and Google. Now, it's back, and word from the company proper is that it's finally coming to the U.S., and just in time for summer.