Google combines Wallet, Gmail for digital payments

05/16/2013 | ITWorld.com

Google is offering a money-transfer service through its Gmail and Google Wallet services. Payments can be sent via Gmail to any other e-mail account as an attachment. The money-sending service is free for users who link their bank accounts to their Google Wallets or pay with funds in the Wallet accounts and recipient must have a Google Wallet account, or apply for one, to accept payment. The service can be used on mobile as well as desktop devices.

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