Google(s GOOG) added a much-needed feature to its mobile payment product Google Wallet on Wednesday: users can now use it to charge something to any credit or debit card they own. In addition, Google has beefed up payment security by storing card information on remote servers and has added a new remote disabling feature in case the device with Google Wallet is lost.
Any credit or debit card issued by Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover in the U.S. can now be registered with Google Wallet. When it launched, you could only connect Google Wallet with a Citibank MasterCard, or buy a prepaid Google card.
Google explained how the process will work in a company blog post:
When you shop in-store, you can use Google Wallet in conjunction with your selected credit or debit card for purchases (more info here). Shortly after making a payment, you’ll see a…
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