So right now if your like most people, you either use Google Wallet or you don’t. Perhaps you just haven’t adjusted to using NFC, or the places you frequent don’t support the payment system, or even have the tap and pay station. Then again, maybe you do use Google Wallet to manage your various payment options and have had a pleasurable experience with the system but you wish more locations supported it. Well, Google is now providing a physical credit card that you can order through the Play Store to use at ATM’s, banks, or any location where MasterCard is accepted.
The benefit of this method is that more individuals, and retailers might adopt Google Wallet use now that they can use one credit card to manage a variety of connected accounts and not have to worry about multiple pieces of plastic bombarding their wallet (no pun intended). Google says that the credit card will arrive in 10-12 days after you sign up and complete the verification process. If you use Google Wallet already, there is no reason not to order one, but if you don’t, you may want to consider the merits of such a service. I know I’m looking forward to mine.