Apple Pay Adds Nearly 60 More Financial institutions to Its Rolls

Apple Pay Adds Nearly 60 More Financial institutions to Its Rolls

Apple has updated its Apple Pay participating issuers list with an 58 additional banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions supporting the mobile payment service in the United States. The new additions bring the number of participating issuers to over 900 nationwide.

Apple Pay Adds Nearly 60 More Financial institutions to Its Rolls

New Apple Pay participating issuers include:

  • Air Academy Federal Credit Union
  • Ballston Spa National Bank
  • Bank of Commerce
  • BankFive
  • BNA Bank
  • Capital Area Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens National Bank
  • Comenity Bank
  • CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union
  • Community Business Bank
  • Community State Bank
  • CoreFirst Bank & Trust
  • Damascus Community Bank
  • Denison Bank
  • Diablo Valley Federal Credit Union
  • Electrical Federal Credit Union
  • Financial Center First Credit Union
  • First State Bank of Arcadia
  • Florence Savings Bank
  • “FNB Bank, N.A.”
  • Fox Communities Credit Union
  • Franklin Synergy Bank
  • Fulton Bank of New Jersey
  • “Fulton Bank, N.A.”
  • Hercules Credit Union
  • HFS Federal Credit Union
  • Iberville Bank
  • Inspirus Credit Union
  • Isabella Community Credit Union
  • Lafayette Ambassador Bank
  • Landmark Bank
  • Latino Community Credit Union
  • Linn Area Credit Union
  • Machias Savings Bank
  • Maps Credit Union
  • McCoy Federal Credit Union
  • Mercantile Bank
  • Nicolet National Bank
  • Ontario-Montclair School Employees Federal Credit Union
  • Pacific Marine Credit Union
  • Palmetto Citizens Federal Credit Union
  • Pen Air Federal Credit Union
  • Platinum Bank
  • Red Rocks Credit Union
  • Rockland Trust
  • Saginaw Medical Federal Credit Union
  • Simmons Bank
  • StonehamBank
  • Swineford National Bank
  • Texas Bank and Trust
  • The Columbia Bank
  • The Evangeline Bank & Trust Co
  • The First National Bank of Mount Dora
  • The National Bank of Indianapolis
  • Valliance Bank
  • Wauchula State Bank
  • West Central Bank
  • Westmark Credit Union

Apple continues to expand the Apple Pay service internationally, having launched the service as an American Express-only payments service in both Canada and Australia. The company has plans to launch the service in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Spain in 2016, and the service is rumored to be readying for a February 2016 launch in China.

The service has also continued to add support from merchants, with BJ’s Wholesale Club adding support for their BJ’s Wholesale Club store cards, including the BJ’s Perks Plus and Elite MasterCards in December. Cinnabon, Chili’s, KFC, and Starbuck are expected to offer support for the service in the U.S., beginning later this year.

(Via MacRumors)