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Bank of America Announces 1.1 Million Cards Activated on Apple Pay

Bank of America Announces 1.1 Million Cards Activated on Apple Pay

Posted January 15, 2015 at 3:50pm by iClarified · 10004 views
Bank of America, one of Apple's launch partners for Apple Pay, announced this morning that 800,000 customers have added enrolled using Apple Pay, activating a total of 1.1 million cards. Bank of America has been heavily promoting Apple Pay with several commercials and advertisements.

Since the introduction of Apple Pay in October, nearly 800,000 customers have enrolled in the service, adding approximately 1.1 million cards.

Additionally, Lucky, Save Mart, and FoodMaxx supermarkets also announced today that Apple Pay is live at 217 stores throughout Northern California and Nevada.


“Expect new things in our stores this year—the first of which is Apple Pay. We are working diligently to transform the shopping experience for our customers and this cutting-edge technology will help to speed them through checkout,” explained Nicole Piccinini Pesco, Co-President & Chief Strategy and Branding Officer. “Accepting Apple Pay provides shoppers a secure and private way to pay for their groceries and we’ve added support for this new mobile payment method solely for their benefit and convenience.”

Apple Pay support and integration has been solid for the first few months, with the service support 90% of cards used for purchases in the United States. Apple is also rumored to expand the service into Canada, Europe and more in 2015.

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Wtf
Wtf - January 16, 2015 at 2:38pm
Since your already online look up the psychology behind paying with plastic vs using cash. That's all I'm saying.
MariusC
MariusC - January 16, 2015 at 7:56am
@Wtf - Man, you decide by yourself how you spend your money, not Apple. They help you to pay faster. that;s all The decision is made by yourself !!!! you have to grow up a little, ...not blame them .
Wtf
Wtf - January 15, 2015 at 5:33pm
Bad idea! You do realize you spend more money than you normally would by using a credit card or Apple pay in this case, then by using cash?! It's all designed for the big corporations to make more and more off of us. Look it up!
FTW
FTW - January 15, 2015 at 6:29pm
So you're telling us, bank of America uses a new scam to use paying methods to pay more like mentioned before, users charged using apple pay. I used apple pay myself and it's accurate ad I'm with visa and America's credit union.
slybacon
slybacon - January 15, 2015 at 7:41pm
Apple Pay was not designed to save anyone money. It is for convenience and to make Apple money by charging credit card companies a small fee. Yes, you may be less aware of how much you are spending using plastic or electronics than paper (cotton). But I don't see why that mentality affects you... You like paper more than plastic or NFC waves?
iDickhead
iDickhead - January 15, 2015 at 4:11pm
Bank Of Amigo babyyyyy! LMAO!!!
Really?
Really? - January 15, 2015 at 3:54pm
This saddens my heart
{Anthony}
{Anthony} - January 15, 2015 at 5:23pm
Move to a Farm you eternally sad hippie....
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