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Google Pay and PayPal partner expanding payment options for merchants

Jose Ugia, Google Developers Engineer

Google Pay, Google’s payment processing arm has announced an expansion of partnership with PayPal to make payments easy and seamless.

The collaboration allows for customer’s PayPal account to make a purchase on a Google app or service like Google Play and YouTube can automatically choose that PayPal account when they pay with Google Pay without the need for additional setup.  Google Pay also lets customers keep all of their payment methods in one place. They’ll easily be able to switch between debit cards, credit cards, their PayPal account, and more just by choosing Google Pay at checkout.

“We’re excited to offer developers the best of both worlds with Google Pay and PayPal, all while making payments simpler for customers and businesses around the world. “, explained Jose Ugia, Google Developers Engineer.

PayPal merchants who enable the acceptance of PayPal through Google Pay can continue to get the PayPal benefits they already enjoy. This includes the ability to receive payments directly to their PayPal Business Account within minutes, no minimum processing requirements, and seller protection on eligible transactions.

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