Back in July, Apple confirmed that Apple Pay would be launching not only in Germany soon, but also that in the United States the mobile payment option would be adopted by one of the biggest franchises out there.
Apple Pay: Everything you need to know!
Back in July, Apple unleashed a series of new advertisements that focused on Apple Pay Cash, the ability to quickly send money to people via Apple’s own mobile payment option.
Contactless payments are a booming market in the United States, and for some customers using their debit or credit cards is an unnecessary step anymore.
Apple Pay is one of Apple’s most lucrative ventures up to this point, and it looks like the mobile payment option is going to expand to a new market soon.
From later this year, you will be able to use Apple Pay on the web to pay for your purchases on eBay. This marks the first time that eBay is adding a payment method other than PayPal to its platform.
Apple Pay is one of Apple’s more lucrative ventures, with the mobile payment option seeing impressive adoption numbers across the United States and the rest of the world, too.
After launching Apple Pay in Poland, Apple has now launched its mobile payment service in Norway. Initially, Apple Pay in the country will be supported by Nordea, Santander, and Sbanken for Visa cardholders. For Nordea customers, MasterCards will also work with Apple Pay issued by the bank.
Apple Pay, the mobile payment option, is already available in a variety of different countries, but there is still plenty of room to grow.
Apple Pay can be a quick and easy way to make purchases, and it looks like Apple wants to make it easier for festival goers to get their drinks and food.
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