Android users Down Under need not bring a wallet with them ever again. Google finally launched Android Pay Australia this week. What do you need to know before signing up for this service?

Google went with an “all or nothing approach” with their digital wallet service in Australia. Or at least, that’s what Gizmodo thinks. While Google’s direct competitors can only support one or two bank partners, the tech giant launched with 35 partner financial institutions. Android Pay is compatible with Visa and American Express credit and debit cards. It will also support MasterCard accounts soon.

Android Pay Australia isn’t the only digital wallet service available locally, though. Both Samsung and Apple have similar services here. Apple launched their digital pay service in Oz late last year. However, it’s only compatible with American Express and ANZ credit cards. Samsung Pay, meanwhile, launched early this year. It’s also only compatible with two bank partners. It can just be used with American Express and Citibank accounts. Android Pay supports more financial institutions than either of them.

Check out the complete list of Android Pay Australia bank partners below.

  • American Express
  • ANZ
  • Bank Australia
  • Bank of Melbourne – Coming Soon
  • Bank of Sydney
  • Bank SA – Coming Soon
  • Bendigo Bank – Coming Soon
  • Beyond Bank
  • CAPE Credit Union
  • Central West Credit Union
  • EECU
  • First Option Credit Union
  • Goulburn Murray Credit Union
  • Holiday Coast Credit Union
  • Horizon Credit Union
  • ING Direct – Coming Soon
  • Intech Credit Union
  • Laboratories Credit Union
  • Macquarie Bank
  • Mystate Bank
  • Northern Inland Credit Union
  • People’s Choice Credit Union
  • QT Mutual Bank
  • Queenslanders Credit Union
  • RAMS – Coming Soon
  • South West Slopes Credit Union
  • St. George Bank – Coming Soon
  • Sydney Credit Union
  • Teachers Mutual Bank
  • The Mac
  • The Rock
  • WAW Credit Union Co-Operative
  • Westpac – Coming Soon
  • Woolworths Employees’ Credit Union
  • Wyong Shire Credit Union

The list of Android Pay partners above isn’t complete yet, though. As Google itself confirmed, they are still looking for more institutions to work with Down Under. What other banks will Google partner up with in the future? Stay tuned for updates.

Google’s digital pay service can be used at any store that supports contactless payments. You can download the Android Pay app on your phone here.