Cupertino’s Apple Pay rollout is continuing across the United States, with a total of 27 new U.S. bank partners having recently been added to the mobile payments service. The move means Apple Pay is now in reach for more iOS device users than ever before.
Growth outside (and inside) of China
The full list of new banks
So, here’s the full list of new Apple Pay-supporting banks added in the United States:
- 1st Community Federal Credit Union
- Abacus Federal Savings Bank
- Bank of England
- BankFirst Financial Services
- Bull’s Eye Credit Union
- Colfax Banking Company
- Columbia Bank Florida
- First Bank
- First Federal Bank of Louisiana
- First National Bank of Durango
- First Southern National
- Franklin First Federal Credit Union
- Green Country Federal Credit Union
- Gulf States Credit Union
- Guthrie County State Bank
- Henrico Federal Credit Union
- Lone Star National Bank
- Mill City Credit UnionModern Woodmen Bank
- Pasadena Federal Credit Union
- PNC Bank, Global Investment Servicing
- Raleigh County Federal Credit Union
- Sage Capital Bank
- St. Landry Bank and Trust Co.
- TCM Bank
- West Milton State Bank
More and more banks are indeed supporting Apple Pay in the United States, and a report back in January noted that U.S. ATMs would even add Apple Pay support at some point in the future in order to enable contactless cash withdrawals.
Here in the United Kingdom, Apple Pay hasn’t quite become mainstream enough in order to be accepted by cashiers without the offer of a couple of odd looks. And if you pay using the Apple Watch, it’s still strange water for retailers (it seems many employees aren’t even aware that their terminals can be used with Apple Pay on the Watch).
This most recent news means it’s never been easier to get hooked up to Apple Pay in the United States. It’ll be interesting to see how adoption of the service continues, especially in the wake of Apple Pay’s launch in China.
Click this link for a list of participating Apple Pay banks.