Google Inc. isn't asking for a share of the payments revenue generated with its new mobile wallet. Nevertheless, partnering with the search engine juggernaut could be a trade-off for banks.

Google plans to make money through an associated service in which merchants pay to display coupons on the phone screen. Banks may be leaving money on the table if they allow Google to keep all of that advertising revenue for itself, some experts said.

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