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  • Apple Pay gains 30 more US banks amid wait for more retail chains
    Apple has continued to branch out Apple Pay today. The latest of the new additions tops over two dozen.


    Apple Pay now supports over 1,000 banks and credit unions in the United States, but there are still many out there who are waiting for their banking establishment to offer support. The new additions include the Denali Federal Credit Union, Bank of the South, and MassMutual Federal Credit Union, among many others.

    Here are the new additions, as cataloged by 9to5Mac:

    • Alabama State Employees Credit Union
    • American National Bank
    • Bank of the South
    • Cabrillo Credit Union
    • California Credit Union
    • Classic Federal Credit Union
    • Denali Federal Credit Union
    • Dort Federal Credit Union
    • First Federal Community Bank
    • First Green Bank
    • First National Bank of Catlin
    • First Oklahoma Federal Credit Union
    • First US Bank
    • FMBank
    • Gerber Federal Credit Union
    • MassMutual Federal Credit Union
    • Members Source Credit Union
    • Morris County National Bank
    • Muna Federal Credit Union
    • Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union
    • Sabine Federal Credit Union
    • San Diego Firefighters Federal Credit Union
    • Scott Credit Union
    • Security National Bank of Omaha
    • Sound Credit Union
    • Standing Stone Bank
    • UW Credit Union
    • Vista Bank
    • Webster Bank
    • Workers Credit Union


    Apple Pay initially launched with support in the United States in 2014, but has quickly grown throughout the United States and into other countries. The mobile payment option has expanded support in Canada, as well as gaining additional support in Australia. Pay also works in the United Kingdom, China, and Singapore.

    Are you still waiting for your bank or credit union to support Apple Pay?

    [via 9to5Mac]
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Pay gains 30 more US banks amid wait for more retail chains started by Caiden Spencer View original post