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[Ars Technica] The new Google Pay app that came out of beta this week replaces a perfectly fine service for P2P users with a less-functional service that has more fees

[Ars Technica] The new Google Pay app that came out of beta this week replaces a perfectly fine service for P2P users with a less-functional service that has more fees



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  1. tldr; Google has announced that the old Google Pay app will be shut down in the US on April 5 and replaced with a new app called ‘New Google Pay’. Existing Google Pay users will be required to make a new account and sign up for the new app using their carrier’s phone number. The new app won’t use your Google account for P2P payments anymore. Google Pay’s website will also be stripped of all payment functionality and won’t support doing anything from the web.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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