Apple today updated the list of banks, financial institutions and credit issuers that support Apple Pay with 32 new organisations.
With the addition of these 32 new banks and issuers, Apple Pay is now supported by over 1,000 banks and credit unions in the United States alone.
The list of newly supported banks and issuers are as follows:
- Anderson Brothers Bank
- Bank & Trust Company
- Bank of Labor
- Bank of Yazoo
- Brown County State Bank
- Busey Bank
- Campbell & Fetter Bank
- Central Bank of Oklahoma
- Collinsville Savings Society
- Core Bank
- Covantage Credit Union
- Diversified Members Credit Union
- Farmington Bank
- Florida Parishes Bank
- Fort Worth Community Credit Union
- Great Midwest Bank
- Horizon Bank, N.A.
- Litchfield Bancorp
- Luther Burbank Savings
- Mississippi National Guard Federal Credit Union
- Oregon Community Credit Union
- Pathfinder Bank
- Platinum Federal Credit Union
- Qualstar Credit Union
- Red River Bank
- Seven Seventeen Credit Union
- T Bank
- The Citizens Bank
- Titonka Savings Bank
- US Employees O.C. Federal Credit Union
- Wallis State Bank
Considering that Apple launched Apple Pay in the United States in October 2014, it is nothing short of amazing that the company managed to get more than 1,000 banks and financial institutions to support its payment service.
With Apple Pay now becoming commonplace in the United States, Apple is now focusing on expanding the service to other parts of the world. Late last year, the company expanded the service to Canada and Australia, with its launch in China scheduled for early 2016.
Earlier this week, Apple also confirmed that Apple Pay is now supported at over 2 million retail locations in the United States.
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