• Apple Pay Gains the Support of Almost 100 New Banks and Card Issuers



    Over the course of the amount of time that's passed since the initial launch of Apple Pay, the NFC-based payment service that comes with all new iPhones and Apple Watches, Apple has been growing its arsenal of supported banks and debit/credit card issuers so that more people can be included in the use of their iPhones to pay for goods and services rather than having to carry their physical cards with them.

    This week, Apple has added support for about 100 more banks and card issuers, as noted by the company's growing list of supported banks and card issuers, which has increased the reach of Apple Pay to millions of new potential new Apple Pay users. Among the newest banks and card issuers to add Apple Pay support are:

    • Acme Federal Credit Union
    • Alpine Bank
    • Alpine Credit Union
    • Altier Credit Union
    • American 1 Credit Union
    • American Trust and Savings Bank
    • Ashland Credit Union
    • Augusta Metro Federal Credit Union
    • Avidia Bank
    • Bank Independent
    • Bank of New Hampshire
    • Bay Area Credit Union
    • Broadway National Bank
    • Calumet Bank
    • Camden National Bank
    • CapCom Credit Union
    • Calumet Bank (removed)
    • Century Bank & Trust
    • Citizens Bank of Edmond
    • Citizens Bank of Washington County
    • Citywide Banks
    • CoastHills Credit Union
    • Commercial Banking Company
    • Community Bank NA
    • Decatur Earthmover Credit Union
    • EverBank
    • F&M Bank
    • Farmers State Bank
    • First Atlantic Federal Credit Union
    • First Citizens Ban
    • First Command Bank
    • First Commerce Credit Union
    • First Florida Integrity Bank
    • First National Bank & Trust Co.
    • First National Bank of Oklahoma
    • First Priority Bank
    • Florida Credit Union
    • Great Lakes Credit Union
    • H&R Block
    • Hawaii State Federal Credit Union
    • Heartland Bank & Trust Company
    • Homeland Credit Union
    • Idaho Independent Bank
    • International Finance Bank
    • Iroquois Federal
    • Johnson City Bank
    • Kane County Teachers Credit Union
    • Kekaha Federal Credit Union
    • Kinetic Credit Union
    • Klerberg Bank
    • Lake City Bank
    • LaTerre Federal Credit Union
    • Leyden Credit Union
    • Marblehead Bank
    • Marshall Community Credit Union
    • MECU
    • Members First Community Credit Union
    • Members First Credit Union of New Hampshire
    • Metro Employees Credit Union
    • MidSouth Bank NA
    • Montgomery Bank NA
    • MountainOne Bank
    • NB&T
    • Nebo Credit Union
    • Neighbors Federal Credit Unio
    • NewDominion Bank
    • Northeast Credit Union
    • Northwest Federal Credit Union
    • Oak Valley Community
    • OAS Staff Federal Credit Union
    • Oklahoma Central Credit Union
    • Oklahoma Employees Credit Union
    • OnPoint Community Credit Union
    • OUR Credit Union
    • PCM Credit Union
    • Peoples State Bank
    • Railroad & Industrial Federal Credit Union
    • RIA Federal Credit Union
    • River Works Credit Union
    • Rocky Mountain Credit Union
    • Sb1 Federal Credit Union
    • Seacoast Bank
    • SECNY Federal Credit Union
    • Sikorsky Credit Union
    • Southbridge Savings Bank
    • Southwest 66 Credit Union
    • State Bank of Southern Utah
    • SunWest Educational Credit Union
    • Texas Dow Employees Credit Union
    • Tinker Federal Credit Union
    • Tonawanda Valley Federal Credit Union
    • TransWest Credit Union
    • Winslow Community Federal Credit Union
    • Woodlands Bank
    • Zeal Credit Union


    Apple Pay is also live in Canada as of today, and will be launching in more countries in coming weeks. The service can only be used if the merchant supports Apple Pay, which is still a work in progress considering merchants are being slower than initially thought on adopting the feature at their point of sale terminals in stores.

    Source: Apple
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Pay Gains the Support of Almost 100 New Banks and Card Issuers started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
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