Participating Subway Restaurants now Accepting Google Wallet Payments
Google Wallet might be a cool concept but it will remain a concept unless the majority of business starts to accept Google’s mobile payment method. Google partnered up with a few big companies at launch but so far none have actually started accepting Google Wallet payments. That was the case until today, when Subway Restaurants announced that they would begin accepting mobile payments at participating locations.
Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York will be among the first locations to accept Google Wallet payments, with another 7000 additional locations set to accept GWP by the end of the year. This means your lunch will soon be paid for with just a gentle tap of your Nexus S 4G. Yes, the Nexus S 4G is still the only phone capable of Google Wallet payments, but you can expect a various number of new devices to sport Google’s NFC payment method. Rejoice people, we’re one step closer to an era where our phone is our everything. For more details, check out the press release in the source link.
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