• More Powerhouse U.K. Financial Institutions Embrace Apple Pay

    On Friday, Apple Pay's roots grew deeper across the pond.

    According to Business Insider, two prominent U.K. financial institutions are now on board with Apple Pay, the red-hot mobile money platform fashioned by the iDevice maker.

    BI notes that Lloyds and Halifax's banking customers (some not all, as the platform is still being rolled out) can now use Apple Pay as of this writing.

    "When Apple's mobile payment service launched in the UK earlier this summer, Lloyds was missing from the list of supporting banks," BI says. "But last week Lloyds customers were able to add a card to their Passbook, but still couldn't accept the terms and conditions to complete the registration process."

    All told, the complete line-up of U.K. banks that now support Apple Pay looks like this: American Express, First Direct, HSBC, Halifax, Lloyds, NatWest, NationWide, MBNA, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, and Ulster.

    Source: BI
    This article was originally published in forum thread: More Powerhouse U.K. Financial Institutions Embrace Apple Pay started by Michael Essany View original post
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