Apple Pay continues to expand to more places across the globe. The mobile payment service is already available almost in every corner of the US, but Apple is trying to bring to more countries as soon as possible.After recently introducing Apple Pay in Brazil, more banks and credit unions in the US, Canada, and France are now getting support for the service. If you live in any of the three countries mentioned, you find below the latest additions to the list banks that support Apple Pay.Canada: Island Savings, a division of First West Credit Union, Valley First – Enderby, a division of First West Credit Union.United States: Alliant Bank, Century Bank of the Ozarks, First Federal Savings Bank of Rochester, First Westroads Bank, Florida West Coast Credit Union, Landmark Community Bank, Legacy Bank and Trust, Lincoln Savings Bank, Michigan Schools & Government Credit Union, Noble Credit Union, Park Sterling Bank, Progressive National Bank, Sebasticook Valley Federal Credit Union, … [Read more...] about Apple Pay support rolling out to more banks in the US, Canada and France
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More U.S. based banks and credit unions are putting their John Hancocks on the dotted line as 34 of them signed up to be part of Apple's mobile payment service Apple Pay. Besides the U.S., Apple Pay is currently available in Australia, Canada, China, Singapore, and the UK. Retailers in Brazil, France and Japan should soon be accepting it as well.Earlier today there was a report stating that Switzerland's addition to the list of countries accepting Apple Pay was imminent with the actual announcement expected at WWDC. Apple is believed to be focusing on European and Asian countries to further expand the feature. The more markets that use Apple Pay, the more money Apple will bring in to its coffers. Apple's take on credit card transactions that are rung up using Apple Pay is believed to be .15% On debit card transactions involving Apple Pay, Apple reportedly receives a flat rate fee. The money comes from banks and payment networks.The new financial institutions added to Apple Pay today … [Read more...] about Apple Pay adds 34 U.S. banks and credit unions this week
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Jun 2016, 21:29 More U.S. based banks and credit unions are putting their John Hancocks on the dotted line as 34 of them signed up to be part of Apple's mobile payment service Apple Pay. Besides the U.S., Apple Pay is currently available in Australia, Canada, China, Singapore, and the UK. Retailers in Brazil, France and Japan should soon be accepting it as well... This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 07 Jun 2016, 22:21 1 1. cncrim (Posts: 1054; Member since: 15 Aug 2011) Apple Pay add all these banks, I'm quite very impressive the progress she make but Samsung Pay still the king. posted on 07 Jun 2016, 22:29 0 2. AndroidBoy21 (Posts: 72; Member since: 29 Dec 2015) Good work apple … [Read more...] about Comments for : Apple Pay adds 34 U.S. banks and credit unions this week
With only a certain number of large money center banks in the U.S., Apple needs to turn to smaller regional banks and credit unions to build up the roster of financial institutions that support Apple Pay. The mobile payment system can eventually become a nice money tree for Apple, which reportedly takes .15% of the value of each credit card transaction that runs through Apple Pay.Today, 44 new U.S. banks and credit unions have been added to the list of those stateside institutions that support Apple Pay. For those who might have forgotten, the feature is available on the Apple iPhone 6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Apple iPhone 6s, Apple iPhone 6s Plus and Apple iPhone SE. Used in conjunction with the Apple Watch, Apple Pay will work with the Apple iPhone 5, Apple iPhone 5s and Apple iPhone 5c.The list of new banks and credit unions that support Apple Pay include:Acadia Federal Credit UnionCatholic Vantage Financial Federal Credit UnionCitizens BankCity State BankCommodore Perry Federal Credit … [Read more...] about Apple Pay picks up 44 new banks and credit unions in the U.S.
Apple Pay finally launched yesterday, leading to plenty of iPhone users being able to pay for their fast food by tapping their phone. Of course, it has also been widely said that Apple Pay will be US-only, which is technically true; but, users around the world are finding that there is a workaround to get Apple Pay working internationally.Users in Canada, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates have found that Apple Pay NFC payments can work, and it is relatively easy to set up your new iPhone to do it as long as you have the one major requirement covered: a credit/debit card with a US bank. This can be quite difficult as many banks require a US address to get a card, but if you can sort that out, the rest is pretty easy. All you have to do is change the region settings to the US on your iPhone 6/6 Plus running iOS 8.1. Doing this allows you to add a credit/debit card to your Passbook. From there, early testing is showing that Apple Pay can work just about anywhere that accepts … [Read more...] about Apple Pay can work internationally if you have a card with a US bank