Tech giant Google has added Nelo, a Mexican payments platform, to its digital wallet, according to a recent press release from Mexico City, Mexico-based Nelo.
The integration enables Nelo users to make in-person payments using Google’s contactless payments system, Nelo said in the Wednesday release.
“We want to make digital payments a reality around the world,” said Google Wallet Vice President Jenny Cheng in a statement emailed to Payments Dive. “By working with banks in close to 70 markets we are able to give even more people access to Google Wallet.”
The integration comes only a couple of months after the Mountain View, California-based tech giant started to expand its digital wallet to include health insurance cards, state IDs and corporate badges, Payments Dive previously reported.
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