PNC Financial Services Group has expanded its support of mobile wallets to Microsoft devices.
Customers of the $350 billion-asset bank can now store their consumer and small-business debit and credit card details to their Microsoft Wallet to make contactless payments anywhere where Near Field Communication is enabled, PNC confirmed Monday.
The Pittsburgh company began testing the program with volunteer users of Windows 10 Mobile devices on July 26 and completed its rollout to all bank customers on Aug. 9, according to Alan Aldinger, a PNC spokesman.
PNC also supports Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay.
Microsoft Wallet has fewer bank partners than other wallets. According to Microsoft's website, PNC is joined in supporting Microsoft Wallet by Bank of America, U.S. Bank, People's United Bank and a few credit unions. The website also notes that the wallet will soon be supported by JPMorgan Chase and Fifth Third Bank.