Apple Pay comes to 23 more US banks and credit unions, early signs of UK support

Apple continues to roll out of Apple Pay with the 23 more new US banks and credit unions supporting the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch-based payments service. Apple on Tuesday added 23 more companies to the list of U.S. banks supporting Apple Pay.

The full list of 23 new banks and credit unions include :

* American Chartered Bank
* Bank-Fund Staff Federal Credit Union
* Bellco Credit Union
* EFCU Financial
* First Federal
* First National Bank
* Healthcare Systems Federal Credit Union
* Keesler Federal Credit Union
* Kemba Credit Union
* Members 1st Federal Credit Union
* NorthStar Credit Union
* Parsons Federal Credit Union
* Pinnacle Bank
* Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union
* Service Credit Union
* SRP Federal Credit Union
* SUMA (Yonkers) FCU
* Tampa Bay Federal Credit Union
* Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union
* Tri County Area Federal Credit Union
* Trona Valley Federal Credit Union
* United Teletech Financial
* Winthrop Area FCU

Apple have confirmed the UK would be the first country outside of the US to get Apple Pay. Apple in June had made promise that Apple Pay would launch in the U.K. but without an exact date. Apple Pay is expected to come with all major banks and card issuers in the UK with one major bank, Barclays.

Apple Pay is accepted in grocery stores, boutiques, restaurants, hotels, and so many places you already enjoy. And, you can use Apple Pay to pay in some of the most popular apps in the App Store.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment