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Apple Pay Adds 30 More Banks and Credit Unions to Its U.S. Roster

Apple Pay Adds 30 More Banks and Credit Unions to Its U.S. Roster

While Apple has announced plans to go international for the first time next month with its Apple Pay mobile payments service, that by no stretch of the imagination means that it is easing up on the throttle in the U.S. Apple has added 30 more banks and credit unions to its list of supporting institutions.

Apple Pay Adds 30 More Banks and Credit Unions to Its U.S. Roster

The latest banks and credit unions to join the Apple Pay rolls include:

  • Alaska USA Federal Credit Union
  • Apple Federal Credit Union
  • Capital City Bank
  • Changing Seasons FCU
  • City National Bank
  • Educational Systems FCU
  • Granite Credit Union
  • Great Basin Federal Credit Union
  • Greater Texas FCU
  • Hoosier Hills Credit Union
  • Hughes Federal Credit Union
  • iQ Credit Union
  • KEMBA Financial Credit Union
  • Landmark Credit Union
  • Legend Bank
  • Mayo Employees Federal Credit Union
  • Mercantile Bank of Michigan
  • MIDFLORIDA Credit Union
  • New England Federal Credit Union
  • People’s United Bank
  • Peoples Bank
  • Town & Country FCU
  • Town Square Bank
  • Transportation FCU
  • True North Federal Credit Union
  • UBS Bank USA
  • USC Credit Union
  • Veridian Credit Union
  • Waukesha State Bank
  • Western Federal Credit Union

Apple announced at WWDC 2015 that starting next month, Apple Pay will be available to customers in the UK. At launch, over 250,000 locations will accept Apple Pay, with support from eight of the UK’s most established banks, across all of the major credit and debit card networks.

Apple Pay will support UK credit and debit cards from American Express, MasterCard and Visa Europe, issued by many of the UK’s most popular banks, including first direct, HSBC, NatWest, Nationwide Building Society, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander and Ulster Bank. Other major issuing banks will follow by this fall, including Bank of Scotland, Coutts, Halifax, Lloyds Bank, MBNA, M&S Bank and TSB Bank.

(Via 9to5Mac)

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