Google could soon launch a debit card, which would allow the company to further push the payment application and strengthen its position in the banking sector. This hypothesis was disseminated by colleagues from Techcrunch, which also report Images spread by an unknown source.
Google, for its part, has not yet confirmed what remains an indiscretion. This card could be a real rival to the one recently introduced by Apple. Unlike the Cupertino company's card, the one linked to Google Pay would allow users to add money.
The first banking partners could be CITI and Stanford Federal Credit Union. The card should lean on the Visa banking circuit. It could certainly be a "base" for Big G's mobile payment system, which for the time being allows you to enter several credit cards and make peer-to-peer payments.
The Silicon Valley company would therefore be thinking of a physical debit card connectable to your smartphone to make tap-to-pay payments. Thanks to Google services, including Maps, you will also be able to keep control your expenses. It would be plausible that Google Card initially tested in Use.