Google plans to offer current accounts to customers via Google Pay

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Google is working on a plan to offer current accounts to customers - starting next year in the US
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Google is working on a plan to offer current accounts to customers - starting next year in the US

Google's banking service will be offered in partnership with Citigroup

Google is planning to enter the banking market with the introduction of current accounts to customers that will be operated via its Google Pay app. The service, which is expected to launch next ...

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