If you live in the US, you can now use the GooglePay (GPay) to send money to friends and family internationally — powered by Wise.
We’ve partnered with Google to bring the experience of Wise right into the GooglePay app. So you won’t have to leave GooglePay to send your international money transfer.
Using Wise for the first time
We make international money transfers cheaper, faster, and more transparent — so if you’re using us for the first time, welcome to stressing less.
The first time you use Wise through GooglePay, you’ll need to create an account with us. We'll just ask for the basics, like your name, date of birth, and address.
Once you’ve created an account, we connect it with GooglePay and you can start sending money.
If you already have a Wise account, instead of creating an account, log in to Wise using the email address and password you have registered with us.
Paying with Wise on the GooglePay app
It’s easy to use Wise on GooglePay to send money internationally, here’s how:
Starting on your GooglePay app, select the recipient you want to send to
Select Wise and Continue
Follow the on-screen prompts to Connect your Wise account
Enter how much you want to send, and the currency you’re sending to
If you’ve sent to this recipient before, select their name
If you haven’t sent to this recipient before, we’ll ask you to Add a recipient
You can review your transfer and Send
Your card details you use with GooglePay will pop up to pay, select Continue to confirm the payment
You’re done — we’ll show you the status of your transfer as we work on sending the money.
Are there any restrictions?
Right now, you can only pay with Wise on GooglePay from the US to people in Singapore and India. You’ll be shown Wise as a payment option if your recipient’s phone number starts with +91 or +65.
The most you can pay with Wise on GooglePay is 2,000 USD per payment.