Job listing hints at Apple’s plan to expand Apple Pay to Europe, Middle East, India and Africa

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While Apple Pay is available only in the United States currently, Apple has already confirmed that it is working on bringing its mobile payment service to other regions of the world as well. According to a new job listing on Apple’s website, the company intends to expand Apple Pay across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.

The ‘Apple Pay Intern’ will work with the London-based Apple Pay team to “drive the roll-out of this technology across EMEIA by working with a variety of internal and external partners.” The intern will also be required to work with payment networks, banks and merchants, and provide support in executing multiple NDAs and contracts with third parties.

The intern should also have some experience in “managing signature of NDAs and project management of large contractual negotiations with third parties.”

Apple has disrupted the mobile payment market with the release of Apple Pay. The company activated 1 million cards within 72 hours of the service going live, and now supports credit cards from banks that process nearly 90% of the transaction in the United States. Apple has stated multiple times in the past that it is working on bringing Apple Pay to other countries including China. The company is reportedly in talks with AliBaba to enter into a partnership their to jump through the various rules and regulations that would otherwise become a hurdle in bringing Apple Pay to the country.