Transact Debuts Google Pay Mobile Credentials for Android Users

Transact announced on January 7 that it will be offering its campus Mobile Credential for Google Pay to be used with Android devices. The company first debuted mobile credential integrations with Apple Pay and Apple mobile devices in October of 2018. Since, the service has been made available to over 100,000 college students around the U.S.

We’ve listed colleges participating in the initial Google Pay Mobile Credential rollout below.

The technology works as follows: using the Apple Pay, and now Google Pay apps on mobile phones and smartwatches, students can simply swipe their devices close to a near field communication (NFC) reader. This reader can then securely access students’ library, gym, and cafeteria accounts and provide entrance to dorms and other campus facilities.

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