Today Apple Pay has supplemented over 20 new banks in the United States and two credit unions in Russia, which support its payment service.
After Apple Pay was launched in Taiwan and Ireland last month, the appearance of a series of newly supported banks and credit unions is now seen as a succession. With those additions, until now Apple Pay has enlarged its market in a total of 15 nations all over the world. This outcome also stemmed from the supplementation of over 30 banks and credit unions in China, Australia, and the United States last month.
According to clues of preparations released in Germany and Italy early in the year, there was an estimation that Apple Pay would roll out in those nations in the coming time. Last week, an announcement by Wells Fargo also unveiled that cardless Apple Pay ATM withdrawals would soon open to the public.
As soon as the service is adopted, the most recent statistics points out that approximately a quarter of the Internet Retailer in top 100 is using Apple Pay at most of the points of adaptation as well as on the web for desktop and mobile browsers.
The name of newly added Apple Pay banks and credit unions is listed below.
Bank of Grove
Boulder Dam Credit Union
Boundary Waters Bank
Community 1st Credit Union
Decorah Bank & Trust
First State Bank of the Florida Keys
FirstLight Federal Credit Union
Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union
Maquoketa State Bank
McFarland State Bank
Oxford University Bank
Peoples Bank (MS)
Pioneer Federal Credit Union
River Valley Credit Union (MI)
River Valley Credit Union (OH)
South Central Bank
The Infirmary Federal Credit Union
Unison Credit Union
AK BARS Bank
Gazprombank (support both Mastercard credits and debit cards)