Google’s mobile payment system, Android Pay has been available for Android users in the US since last year, allowing users to make wireless payments with their phone easily.

According to a recent report by The Telegraph, it may also be making its way across the pond soon too.

The report states that the mobile payment system will be launched in the UK at the end of March, however, Google has yet to confirm any release date for Android Pay in the UK.

At launch, it is expected to be supported by a range of major banks, as well as by the major payment providers like MasterCard and Via.

That said The Telegraph is obviously a reputable source, so the likelihood of this being true is quite high.

Thankfully you do have some other mobile payment options to try out in the UK, including Apple Pay on the iPhone and iPad, and Samsung’s Pay which is expected to launch in the UK shortly.

When we hear anything official from Google we will be sure to let you know.

In the meantime, you can read the report from The Telegraph at the source link.

Source The Telegraph

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