Android Pay could be on its way to the UK quite soon, at least according to one fast food chain. Pret A Manger is now advertising that it accepts the contactless payment service on its payment terminals at its London locations, suggesting that Android Pay will arrive in the country shortly.
From The Telegraph:
According to employees at this particular Pret store, the "We now accept Android Pay" tags arrived overnight and have been displayed in stores from this morning, suggesting Android Pay will be imminently available to UK customers.
Google had previously announced its intention to launch Android Pay in the UK back in March.
Android Pay launched in the United States last fall, and is Google's latest attempt at building a mobile payment solution. It allows you to connect your credit and debit cards to your Android phone and pay for items securely with just a tap at an NFC-equipped payment terminal.
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