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With RadPad, you can now pay your rent with Apple Pay

With RadPad, you can now pay your rent with Apple Pay

December 3, 2014

The photo-based RadPad app has always made it easy to find a new apartment, condo, or home. Now, they have made it easier to pay your monthly rent as well. The service now accepts Apple Pay.

First introduced in 2013, RadPad only began accepting mobile payments in September. For debit transactions, it charges a flat $4.95/month if your rent is under $5,000/month and $9.95 if your rent is $5,000/month or more per month. Credit card transactions are 2.99 percent per month for all rent amounts.

RadPad accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and Apple Pay credit and debit cards.

In the last few weeks, a number of new companies began accepting Apple’s mobile payment system, which was first introduced in October. These have included stores such as Winn-Dixie, BI-LOStaplesBarclaycard, and PNC. The service could also soon make its debut in China thanks to a possible alliance between Apple and Alibaba.

For a complete list of companies now supporting Apple Pay, click here.

See also: Square will accept Apple Pay beginning in 2015Disney Store for iOS now lets you buy with Apple Pay on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Pay could soon become the default alternative payment method for many.

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