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Apple Pay Adds 45 New Banks in The United States, More Internationally

Apple Pay continues to grow both here in the United States and abroad.  Today, 45 new financial institutions came online with support for the tap-to-pay service.  Most of the new banks here in the US are smaller, regional institutions but the expansion is a great sign of how well Apple Pay is doing.

Here is the list of the new institutions here in the United States that now work with Apple Pay.

  • Allentown Federal Credit Union
  • Arundel Federal Savings Bank
  • Bank of Hartington
  • Building Trades Credit Union
  • Caldwell Bank and Trust Company
  • Citizens Bank (TN)
  • Citizens State Bank of La Crosse
  • Community Bank of the Bay
  • Credit Union Advantage
  • Credit Union of Richmond
  • Dime Bank
  • Dime Community Bank
  • Evans Bank
  • Everence Federal Credit Union
  • Fairfield National Bank
  • Federated Bank
  • First Bank of Boaz
  • First Education Federal Credit Union
  • Firstmark Credit Union
  • GN Bank
  • Grand Savings Bank
  • Greater Cleveland Community Credit Union
  • Greenleaf Wayside Bank
  • Guilford Savings Bank
  • Hatboro Federal Savings
  • Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union
  • Heritage South Credit Union
  • Hometown Community Banks
  • Iowa Falls State Bank
  • Iowa State Savings Bank
  • Lamar National Bank
  • National Bank of Commerce (both AL and WI now)
  • Oxford Bank
  • Peoples Bank (IN)
  • Peoples Bank of Kankakee County
  • Philo Exchange Bank
  • Reliance Bank (both MI and MN now)
  • Security Bank (both NE and TN now)
  • Sharefax Credit Union, Inc.
  • Success Bank
  • TAB Bank
  • The State Bank of Geneva
  • The Washington Trust Company
  • Village Bank
  • Zia Credit Union

If your financial institution is on the list, you can now add your credit or debit card from them to Apple Pay.  From there, when in retailers that accept it, you can use your iPhone to make your purchases.  Likewise, you can configure it to work with Safari on your Mac for online purchases too.

In addition to the US, Apple Pay also expanded internationally.  17 new financial institutions are now available including Bank of America in Canada, Santander Consumer Bank in Denmark, bunq and Crédit du Nord in France, and six new banks in the recently added Kazakhstan to the Apple Pay Family:

  • ATFBank
  • Eurasian Bank
  • Halyk Bank
  • Sberbank
  • Bank CenterCredit
  • ForteBank

For a complete list of all financial institutions and all countries in which Apple Pay is accepted, check out the dedicated page on the Apple site.

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  1. Jeff December 4, 2018

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