Android Pay Can Now Withdraw Cash From ATMs

Android Pay Can Now Withdraw Cash From ATMs
Financial Services

Mobile banking expands with a new feature for card-free transactions

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 june 2016

Google’s mobile payments platform Android Pay is now supported at Bank of America cardless ATMs, enabling users to take out money using just their smartphone. Google made the announcement at its I/O developers conference in Mountain View, with the head of Digital Banking at Bank of America, Michelle Moore, on stage to demonstrate the technology with Pali Bhat, senior director of Android Pay.

Cardless ATMs allow customers to withdraw cash, make transfers and check balances using a digital wallet stored on their smartphone. They simply need to select their Bank of America debit card in the digital wallet and hold their device over the ATM’s contactless card reader to activate it, before following the normal process to enter their PIN and initiate a withdrawal, transfer, or balance inquiry.

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