Apple added 30 more U.S. banks for Apple Pay

2016-12-21 1111 Posted by Reposted

Apple today updated its list of banks, credit unions and cards that offer Apple Pay to add 14 new Chinese institutions that now support the service.

While Apple originally launched Apple Pay in China last February with a handful of partners, it’s been slowly adding support for more banks and credit unions in recent months, much the same way the company has rolled out the service gradually in other markets.

 Apple added 30 more U.S. banks for Apple Pay

With the addition of the 14 new partners today, Apple currently lists a total of 58 banks and credit unions in Mainland China offering the service to customers. Meantime 30 new banks and credit unions added for the U.S. too:

America’s First Federal Credit Union

Arbor Financial Credit Union

Bank Rhode Island

Bell Bank

Brookline Bank

Centex Citizens Credit Union

Central One Federal Credit Union

Commonwealth Business Bank

Congressional Bank

Day Air Credit Union

Deer Valley Credit Union

East Idaho Credit Union

First Ipswich Bank

FirstBank & Trust

Independence Bank

Interior Federal Credit Union

Lawson Bank

Liberty First Credit Union

Malvern National Bank

Members 1st Credit Union

Merchants & Marine Bank


New Dimensions Federal Credit Union

Norwood Bank

Oxford Bank & Trust

River Valley Bank


Safe 1 Credit Union

Sooper Credit Union

Tennessee State Bank

As always, you can find Apple’s full list of supported banks for all markets on the company’s website. Apple Pay is currently available in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, France, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.

Source: 9to5mac

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