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26 More Banks And Credit Unions Added To Apple Pay In The U.S

Apple Pay is gradually becoming a wallet for iPhone users and it is a matter of time when the platform will be widely accepted everywhere. At this point in time, Apple Pay works with almost all of the major banks in the United Staes. However, there are still numerous banks who have yet to collect their share of support for Apple Pay. Apart from the banks, certain credit unions were also waiting for the online payment service to reach them. Now Apple has expanded support for Appl Pay in 26 new banks and credit unions. So let’s dive in to see some more details on the matter.

Apple Pay Adds 26 New Banks And Credit Unions In The United States

As we have mentioned earlier, Apple has expanded Apple Pay to 26 new regional banks and credit unions in the United States. This is definitely a good sign because the more banks and credit unions adopt the service, the more widely acceptable will it be for users. In the end, customers would be benefitted with the convenience. Here’s the list of latest Apple Pay Banks which adds Apple Pay.

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Apple Pay has seen numerous additions of banks adopting the service over time. In addition to this, retail stores and credit unions have also been part of the expansion.

Apart from this, Apple Pay will soon arrive in Brazil which will be the first new country in the year 2018. However, the exact time of launch is not known at this point in time. However, it can be expected that it will be launched alongside the release of iOS 11.3 which is expected to be launched sometime in March. there will be more to the story, So be sure to stay tuned in for more.

This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on Apple adding 26 new banks and credit unions to Apple Pay in the United States? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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