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Lest you read over it like, erm, some of us did, it's worth a mention that along with the official launch of Google Wallet in San Francisco and New York comes news that the service also has expanded to more creditors. American Express, Visa and Discover "have made available their NFC specifications that could enable their cards to be added to future versions of Google Wallet," according to Google's official blog post.

That means while you're still only currently able to use a Citi MasterCard (or pre-paid card), we should see more options in the future. Hopefully more locales will follow.

Source: Google

There are 4 comments

Woohoo VISA! Now all I meed to do is upgrade to a phone with an NFC chip. Was hoping one would be in the GS2 for Sprint ... So ill be holding onto my EVO at least until the end of Q4/After CES

Gekko says:

EVO HD Thanksgiving 2011!

tronthedon says:

That's great news. It's a necessary step if Google Wallet wants to break out of the niche market.

Gekko says:

this is good. i'm a VISA guy.