The UK’s largest bank is planning to expand its use of Google Wallet to its branches, but that doesn’t mean the service is dead yet.
Google Wallet’s parent company, Gogo, has been working with its partner, HSBC, to extend the service to the banking sector, and it has agreed to a deal with HSBC that will allow the card company to continue accepting the service from the end of this year.
The move will be a bit like the move Google made with Android Pay, where it agreed to accept Google Wallet payments from its Google Wallet partners and make it easier for them to make purchases.
While Google Wallet is a relatively new payment method, it has become a dominant payment option for many retailers and consumers alike.
Gogo and Google also have agreements in place for card issuers to accept and accept Google’s payments, and both companies have said that the agreement will extend to merchants and third-party merchants.
It is not clear yet what Gogo will be doing with the new payment service.
The company has not yet commented on the agreement with Google, and the company did not respond to a request for comment.
However, Gogos CEO Andrew McAndrews told the BBC last month that the bank is looking to expand Google Wallet into more payment channels, adding that the “app is very much on the roadmap.”
Gogo has been pushing its CardSafe technology in the U.K. for years, which uses the card network to make it much more convenient for consumers to pay their bills and make purchases on their phones.
CardSafe is a feature that allows a user to make payment using a device, which then allows the user to send the payment directly to the merchant, or even to a card issuer directly.
Gogo has said that it will expand CardSafe into more areas, and its CardChoice technology, which allows a merchant to accept payments through a device that can then be used to make an instant checkout.
Gogo’s CardChoice feature is available to merchants in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as well as in the Netherlands and Luxembourg.