Apple Pay Adds Support for 23 New Banks and Credit Unions in the U.S.

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In the two years since Apple Pay has launched, the mobile payment option has been steadily adding support from banks and credit unions in the United States.

That trend continues, with the latest batch being revealed. Apple Pay is now supported by 23 new banks and credit unions in the U.S. The list is basically filling in the blanks at this point, with more regional establishments added to the mix. Here are the new additions, as compiled by 9to5Mac:

  • 3Rivers
  • Atlantic Stewardship Bank
  • Bank of Franklin County
  • Bank of Southern California
  • Bristol County Savings Bank
  • Center National Bank
  • Century Bank
  • Chadwick Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens Independent Bank
  • City & County Credit Union
  • Community National Bank Seneca
  • CPM Federal Credit Union
  • Elmira Savings Bank
  • First Community Bank (VA, WV, NC, TN)
  • First Keystone Community Bank
  • First National Bank of Texas
  • Fort Hood National Bank
  • Freedom of Maryland Federal Credit Union
  • Hoosier Heartland State Bank
  • Monroe Federal Savings and Loan
  • North Dallas Bank & Trust
  • SC State Federal Credit Union
  • Southside Bank

Apple added support for 24 new banks and credit unions in the middle of October as well.

With these latest additions, customers of the banks should be able to add their bank-issued debit or credit to Apple Pay. Once added, the card, or cards, will be used for mobile payments, whether that’s made through a supported iPhone, an Apple Watch, or through Apple Pay on the Web at some websites visited with Safari on a Mac.

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