Apple Pay added another 27 financial institutions to its list of over 1,000 banks and credit unions supporting the contactless payments system.
The financial institutions are:
- 1st Community Federal Credit Union
- Abacus Federal Savings Bank
- Bank of England
- BankFirst Financial Services
- Bull’s Eye Credit Union
- Colfax Banking Company
- Columbia Bank Florida
- First Bank
- First Federal Bank of Louisiana
- First National Bank of Durango
- First Southern National
- Franklin First Federal Credit Union
- Green Country Federal Credit Union
- Gulf States Credit Union
- Guthrie County State Bank
- Henrico Federal Credit Union
- Lone Star National Bank
- Mill City Credit Union
- Modern Woodmen Bank
- Pasadena Federal Credit Union
- PNC Bank, Global Investment Servicing
- Raleigh County Federal Credit Union
- Sage Capital Bank
- St. Landry Bank and Trust Co.
- TCM Bank
- West Milton State Bank
If your bank or credit union isn’t on the list, you might want to double-check if they offer it by perusing the full list of financial institutions now offering the contactless payments service. (View it here.)
9to5Mac notes that one longtime holdout, Ally Bank, recently mentioned Apple Pay support was on the way in the release notes of a recent app update, but no specific timeline was mentioned for adding support.
On the retailer front, earlier this week we reported American Apparel will begin accepting Apple Pay at their checkout counters in the near future, joining a long a list of U.S. retailers and restaurants that have either begun accepting, or have announced that they will soon accept, Apple’s touchless payments system, including: Crate & Barrel, Chick-fil-A, Au Bon Pain, Cinnabon, Chili’s, Domino’s, KFC, and Starbucks.
Apple Pay’s recent expansion to China brings the number of retail locations to 2 million, located in the U.S., the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and China.
Apple is scheduled to launch Apple Pay in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Spain this year in partnership with American Express. Earlier this week, it was leaked that MasterCard plans to support the payments system in Canada, Brazil, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore in 2016.