Apple Pay Gains Support for Over 30 New Banks and Issuers

Apple Pay Gains Support for Over 30 New Banks and Issuers

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Apple today updated a support document (via MacRumors) to reflect over 30 new participating banks and credit unions that support Apple Pay.

Apple Pay works with most of the major credit and debit cards from the top U.S. banks. Just add your participating cards and continue to get all the rewards, benefits, and security of your cards.

Apple now has well over 300 participating banks and issuers onboard with Apple Pay and is showing no signs of slowing down. Here are the new banks and issuers listed on Apple's site today:

● 1st Financial Federal Credit Union
● Affinity Bank
● Bank of Springfield
● Berkshire Bank
● Box Elder Credit Union
● C&F Bank
● Capitol Federal Savings
● Christian Community Credit Union
● Community First Credit Union of Florida
● Credit Union of Denver
● Denver Community Credit Union
● Education First Credit Union
● Educators Credit Union
● Financial Partners Credit Union
● First City Credit Union
● First Premier Bank
● Freedom Credit Union
● NASA Federal Credit Union
● Numerica Credit Union
● PremierOne Credit Union
● Purdue Federal Credit Union
● Rivermark Community Credit Union
● San Francisco Federal Credit Union
● Simmons First National Bank
● Summit Credit Union
● Synchrony Bank
● The Citizen Bank of Clovis
● UMe Federal Credit Union
● University Federal Credit Union
● Utah Power Credit Union
● Valor Credit Union
● Vermont Federal Credit Union
● WSECU
● WECU (Whatcom Educational Credit Union)

While Apple needs banks and issuers to help load cards on people's devices it is only half the equation. In order for Apple Pay to be a success, it also needs the support of merchants and retailers to upgrade terminals to support Apple Pay.

Apple Pay is currently only available in the United States, but the company plans to expand to the service internationally to Canada, China, and Europe.

Apple Pay Gains Support for Over 30 New Banks and Issuers
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