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Google Launches Its Own Prepaid Debit Card

By on November 22, 2013

The waiting from transferring your money from Google Wallet is over! Google has recently announced that Google Wallet users will be able to get a regular prepaid debit card that will solve all of those problems.

Google launches its own Prepaid Debit Card


The Google Wallet Card is a debit card that lets you rapidly access your Google Wallet Balance, whether you’ve received it from a friend or added it directly from a linked bank account or credit/debit card.

Google Debit Card Features:

  • Spend anywhere.
  • Get cash at ATMs.
  • Receive instant notifications when you spend money.
  • Be free of annual or monthly fees.

Users can request the card free anytime over the internet or from the application of the virtual wallet, and will have to wait 10 to 12 days to receive it, according to Google.

Currently the new single card is available in United States. There are no annual or monthly fees associated with the card and nor will there be surcharges for use in ATMs, according to the company.

Google launched its wallet virtual service little more than two years ago, in September 2011.