One of the disadvantages of Android Pay is that banks, credit unions, and credit card companies have to support it (as opposed to Google Wallet NFC payments). Thankfully, support has greatly expanded in the past few months, with Chase being the last major holdout in the United States.

Now Android Pay has started working with 31 additional banks and credit unions. Here is the full list:

  • Allegacy Federal Credit Union
  • Bank of Walterboro
  • blueharbor bank
  • Canyon State Credit Union
  • City National Bank
  • Commodore Perry FCU
  • Conservation Employee Credit Union
  • Country Club Bank
  • Del-One Federal Credit Union
  • Diversified Members Credit Union
  • Ent FCU
  • Firefly Federal Credit Union
  • First Keystone Community Bank
  • First Piedmont Federal Savings
  • Genisys CU
  • Jackson Community Federal Credit Union
  • Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union
  • Kinetic Credit Union
  • Marine Bank & Trust
  • Mercantile Bank
  • NCMIC Finance Corporation
  • Northeast Georgia Bank
  • Platte Valley Bank of Missouri
  • San Francisco FCU
  • State Bank & Trust Company
  • Summit Community Bank
  • SunWest Educational CU
  • The Fauquier Bank
  • USC Credit Union
  • Verve (a credit union)
  • Washington Trust Bank

All of these should work now in Android Pay, but if you are unable to get one working, you may have to wait a day or two for everything to finalize.