Bank of America ATMs to Support Android Pay
Bank of America today said it will add Android Pay support to some 5,000 ATMs around the country. Bank of America customers who have added their BofA debit card to the Android Pay app will be able to tap their NFC-equipped phone to compatible ATMs to withdraw cash and perform other account interactions. The company plans to start with 2,400 ATMs, mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area, and eventually expand to 5,000. The idea is to allow BofA customers to access their account and cash without their actual debit card. Users will still need to enter their PIN code to earn access to their account. Bank of America tested the technology in Boston, Charlotte, New York, and San Franciso earlier this year.
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Wells Fargo customers will soon be able to access their accounts at ATMs via their smartphones. Wells Fargo plans to update all 13,000 of its ATMs in the U.S.