Apple Pay Now Supports Bank of England and Other 26 Banks and Credit Unions in U.S.

Since Apple Pay on line in China, it immediately caused a huge reaction in the banking industry. And according to previous news, Apple Pay has bound 3 million bank cards in China in just two days. Even once led Apple server downtime. And we all know that, for the present, in China the Apple Pay only supports some well-known larger banks. But in the US, it is obviously able to do more things. After all, only this time, Apple announced 27 More Banks and Credit Unions in the U.S. Joined the Apple Pay Support Rolls

So, here’s the full list of new Apple Pay-supporting banks added in the United States:

  • 1st Community Federal Credit Union
  • Abacus Federal Savings Bank
  • Bank of England
  • BankFirst Financial Services
  • Bull’s Eye Credit Union
  • Colfax Banking Company
  • Columbia Bank Florida
  • First Bank
  • First Federal Bank of Louisiana
  • First National Bank of Durango
  • First Southern National
  • Franklin First Federal Credit Union
  • Green Country Federal Credit Union
  • Gulf States Credit Union
  • Guthrie County State Bank
  • Henrico Federal Credit Union
  • Lone Star National Bank
  • Mill City Credit Union
  • Modern Woodmen Bank
  • Pasadena Federal Credit Union
  • PNC Bank, Global Investment Servicing
  • Raleigh County Federal Credit Union
  • Sage Capital Bank
  • St. Landry Bank and Trust Co.
  • TCM Bank
  • West Milton State Bank

In this case, Apple Pay coverage in the United States is already quite widespread, even it has got a total of more than 1000 bank support. In addition, it was supported by even more than two million retail outlets in the United States. And analyze based on China’s current situation, this trend may continue. In other words, perhaps in the near future, many Chinese regional banks will be covered as the United States, Apple Pay will also affect consumption and lives.

Of course, not everyone is optimistic about this, at least there is a considerable portion of the population is more like the Samsung Pay, rather than Apple Pay. This can also be said to be a matter of opinion, but be sure that such payment has become a trend. In the future, it will be more integrated into the full range of our lives.

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