Apple has just recently updated its site to include 24 more credit unions and banks that now support Apple Pay.
Here’s the complete list:
Bellwether Community Credit Union
Benchmark Federal Credit Union
Blackhawk Community Credit Union
Community America Credit Union
Community First Credit Union
Connections Credit Union
cPort Credit Union
Denver Fire Department FCU
Electro Savings Credit Union
Elements Financial FCU
First Financial Credit Union
Greater Nevada Credit Union
Harvard Universities Employees Credit Union
Interra Credit Union
Kern Schools Federal Credit Union
Nusenda Credit Union
People’s Trust Federal Credit Union
Premier America Credit Union
Premier Members Federal Credit Union
SAFE Credit Union
Scient Federal Credit Union
The Bancorp Bank
Tucson Federal Credit Union
Union Bank & Trust Co
All total in the United States, more than 250 financial institutions now support the mobile payment system.
Just last week, Apple Pay scored a pair of big wins. Discover announced that cardmembers will be able to use the mobile payment service starting this fall. And in somewhat surprising new, major electronics retailer Best Buy will accept Apple Pay in stores starting later this year.
More than 68 different retailers currently allow Apple Pay payments.
In-store payment can be made with an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, or the new Apple Watch. The two handsets, along with the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, can be used to make Apple Pay online purchases.
Originally hitting the United States last fall, Apple Pay could finally be expanding to Canada sometime before November. The service is also expected to arrive at some point in the United Kingdom and China.
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