Apple Pay Adds 34 New Banks and Credit Unions to its Rolls

Apple Pay Adds 34 New Banks and Credit Unions to its Rolls

As competitor CurrentC continues to slowly sink into the mobile payments swamp, Apple Pay has added 34 more banks and credit unions to the list of U.S. financial institutions offering support for the contactless payments solution.

 

Apple Pay Adds 34 New Banks and Credit Unions to its Rolls

The new firms are:

  • 121 Financial Credit Union
  • Acclaim Federal Credit Union
  • Boston Firefighters Credit Union
  • Catholic Vantage Federal Credit Union
  • Clackamas County Bank
  • Coastal Community Federal Credit Union
  • Commonwealth Community Bank
  • Cumberland Valley National Bank
  • Discovery Federal Credit Union
  • Easthampton Savings Bank
  • First Bank & Trust (IL)
  • First Bank & Trust (TX)
  • First Federal Lakewood
  • First Heritage Federal Credit Union
  • First National Bank of Carrollton
  • First National Bank of Fort Smith
  • First Security Bank & Trust
  • First State Bank of Wyoming
  • Home Bank
  • Members Credit Union
  • Nebraska State Bank
  • Origin Bank
  • Pegasus Bank
  • Sandia Area Federal Credit Union
  • Siouxland Federal Credit Union
  • State Farm Bank
  • Summit Bank
  • Synergy Federal Credit Union
  • Texas First State Bank
  • The Bank of Monroe
  • The Honesdale National Bank
  • University of Toledo Federal Credit Union
  • Wayne County Bank
  • Willis Credit Union

If your bank or credit union is on today’s list, and you want to add your credit or debit card to Apple Pay, just do the following:

  • iPhone users running iOS 9 can go to the Wallet app and tap the “+” icon in the upper right-hand corner to begin, and then just follow the prompts. Users of iPads with Touch ID can add a card to the service to use in apps by going into “Settings” -> “Wallet & Apple Pay” to add a card there.
  • Apple Watch users will need to enter the Watch app on their iPhone, Tap on the “Wallet & Apple Pay” option, and then tap the “Add Credit or Debit Card” option.

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