Apple Pay to support 17 more financial institutions in US

Apple has extended the support of its mobile payment solution, Apple Pay, to 17 more US firms, including banks, credit unions and card issue

Apple Pay to support 17 more financial institutions in US

The institutions, which are now supporting the mobile payment service, include Enrichment Federal Credit Union, First Security Bank of Arkansas, Marion & Polk Schools Credit Union, Merchants Bank of Indiana, Northern Michigan Bank & Trust and Ohnward Bank and Trust.

Additionally, Postel Family Credit Union, River Cities Bank, River Town Bank, Simplicity Credit Union, SouthPoint Bank, TexasBank, The Peoples Community Bank, Town & Country Bank (IL), Town & Country Bank (UT), Trius Federal Credit Union and Woori America Bank also support the Apple’s mobile wallet.

In December 2016, Apple added another 30 banks and credit unions to support the service in the US. Currently, Apple Pay is supported by 1,665 banks and credit unions in the US while the service is also expanding its footprint overseas.

Outside the US, the mobile payment service is available in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, France, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, and Canada.