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More than two dozen banks and credit unions join Apple Pay

More than two dozen banks and credit unions join Apple Pay

October 13, 2015

All’s been quiet on the Apple Pay front since the public release of iOS 9, but there have obviously still been negotiations going on behind the scenes. Cupertino has recently updated its list of Apple Pay participating banks to include more than 29 new additions. The new banks and credit unions include:

  • Advia Credit Union
  • AIM Bank
  • Alma Bank
  • American Bank & Trust Company
  • Armstrong Bank
  • Arvest Bank
  • BankIowa
  • Central National Bank
  • Clear Mountain Bank
  • EECU
  • First Advantage Bank
  • First Kentucky Bank
  • John Marshall Bank
  • Justice Federal Credit Union
  • Kern Federal Credit Union
  • Kinecta Federal Credit Union
  • Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union
  • Martin Federal Credit Union
  • Northern Bank & Trust Company
  • Partners 1st Federal Credit Union
  • Radius Bank
  • Republic Bank & Trust
  • Scottrade
  • Sharefax Credit Union
  • Signature Federal Credit Union
  • Sussex County Federal Credit Union
  • The First National Bank in Sioux Falls
  • Velocity Credit Union
  • Washington Trust Bank

There are hundreds of financial institutions already participating in Apple Pay across the United States and the United Kingdom, but it’s great to see that number increasing. With the iOS 9 and watchOS 2 updates, Apple Pay now supports credit cards from Discover, as well, along with retail-issued and rewards cards.

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Soon you can use Apple Pay at Starbucks, KFC and Chili’s, Ditch your wallet by safely storing ways to pay on your iDevice, and You can now use Apple Pay in at least some Best Buy stores.

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