Google will offer a prepaid debit card that will allow consumers to purchase goods at stores and to withdraw cash from ATMs, the Internet company said.
The card, which is only available in the United States, lets consumers access the funds stored in their Google Wallet accounts. Google Wallet is a smartphone app and online payment service that lets consumers buy goods and transfer money to each other.
The new Wallet card will be accepted at "millions of locations" that accept MasterCard and at ATM machines, Google said in a post on its official blog on Wednesday. Google said the card is free and that the company will not charge cardholders any monthly or annual fees.
(Read more: Sorry, no Google Glass this holiday season)