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    Despite Apple Pay being among the newest mobile payments platforms introduced in recent months, the freshly unveiled service is seeing rapid adoption across the banking and retail sectors.

    The latest financial juggernaut to give Apple Pay a major push is Apple Pay. Wells Fargo has just begun offering customers upwards of $20 in bill credits simply for giving the Apple payments service a try.

    Just check out in a merchant app or look for the Near Field Communication (NFC) symbol at checkout registers in stores and use your iPhone 6 Touch IDô to authorize payment quickly and securely.
    "Use your iPhone 6 to make an Apple Pay purchase with your Wells Fargo Credit Card by November 30, 2014, and you'll earn a $20 statement credit," Wells Fargo says on its website today.

    With hundreds of banks large and small on board and countless major retailers backing Apple Pay, Apple's new service has clearly grown faster than many critics initially expected. And while a handful of glitches have delivered an early black eye to the platform, it seems that the initial bumpy roll out is now behind us and Apple Pay is squarely set on cruise control as 2014 enters the home stretch.

    Source: Wells Fargo
    2014-10-27 10:39 PM
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