Apple Pay gains more partners and 24 new payment options

The payment via NFC technology is something that started to become popular in the last year, although has been around for some time, was the Steve Jobs company that popularized the service with Apple Pay.

 Just to new information indicating that soon the digital payment system will be compatible with the largest US credit card companies.

Whenever it is possible the company releases updated with more options for Apple Pay, offering more possibilities to consumers who are considering starting to use the payment system. Now, over 24 new options, including banks and credit unions, were added among the options the service.

The list of Apple Pay is reaching just over 200 partners, a number that is growing steadily until recently were 150. Although there are already thousands of users using the payment system, a survey indicated that two-thirds still suffers from instability in time to make payments.

The new banks and credit unions are added the United States, including the Bancorp Bank, which is one of the popular services used for online transactions. You can view the list below with all the new options:

  • Bellwether Community Credit Union
  • Benchmark Federal Credit Union
  • Blackhawk Community Credit Union
  • Community America Credit Union
  • Community First Credit Union
  • Connections Credit Union
  • cPort Credit Union
  • Denver Fire Department FCU
  • Electro Savings Credit Union
  • Elements Financial FCU
  • First Financial Credit Union
  • Greater Nevada Credit Union
  • Harvard Universities Employees Credit Union
  • Interra Credit Union
  • Kern Schools Federal Credit Union
  • Nusenda Credit Union
  • People’s Trust Federal Credit Union
  • Premier America Credit Union
  • Premier Members Federal Credit Union
  • SAFE Credit Union
  • Scient Federal Credit Union
  • The Bancorp Bank
  • Tucson Federal Credit Union
  • Union Bank & Trust Co.

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