Apple Pay Now Supports Tesco Bank and TSB in U.K.

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  1. RaduTyrsina

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    Apple has updated its Apple Pay participating issuers list today with 95 new additional banks, credit unions and financial institutions in the United States. Thus, Apple Pay now has over 750 participating issuers in the US and many others are looking to bring support in the future.

    Besides that, Apple also added Apple Pay support for Tesco Bank and TSB in the United Kingdom, two large financial institutions. Tesco Bank currently supports Apple Pay for its MasterCard credit cards, while TSB supports debit cards and MasterCard and AMEX credit cards.

    Here's how the full list of new Apple Pay participating issuers in the U.S. looks like:

    Acme Federal Credit Union
    Alpine Bank
    Alpine Credit Union
    Altier Credit Union
    American 1 Credit Union
    American Trust and Savings Bank
    Ashland Credit Union
    Augusta Metro Federal Credit Union
    Avidia Bank
    Bank Independent
    Bank of New Hampshire
    Bay Area Credit Union
    Broadway National Bank
    Calumet Bank
    Camden National Bank
    CapCom Credit Union
    Century Bank & Trust
    Citizens Bank of Edmond
    Citizens Bank of Washington County
    CoastHills Credit Union
    Commercial Banking Company
    Community Bank NA
    Decatur Earthmover Credit Union
    EverBank
    F&M Bank
    Farmers State Bank
    First Atlantic Federal Credit Union
    First Citizens Bank
    First Command Bank
    First Commerce Credit Union
    First Florida Integrity Bank
    First National Bank & Trust Co.
    First National Bank of Oklahoma
    First Priority Bank
    Florida Credit Union
    Great Lakes Credit Union
    H&R Block
    Hawaii State Federal Credit Union
    Heartland Bank & Trust Company
    Homeland Credit Union
    Idaho Independent Bank
    International Finance Bank
    Iroquois Federal
    Johnson City Bank
    Kane County Teachers Credit Union
    Kekaha Federal Credit Union
    Kinetic Credit Union
    Klerberg Bank
    Lake City Bank
    LaTerre Federal Credit Union
    Leyden Credit Union
    Marblehead Bank
    Marshall Community Credit Union
    MECU
    Members First Community Credit Union
    Members First Credit Union of New Hampshire
    Metro Employees Credit Union
    MidSouth Bank NA
    Montgomery Bank NA
    MountainOne Bank
    NB&T
    Nebo Credit Union
    Neighbors Federal Credit Union
    NewDominion Bank
    Northeast Credit Union
    Northwest Federal Credit Union
    Oak Valley Community
    OAS Staff Federal Credit Union
    Oklahoma Central Credit Union
    Oklahoma Employees Credit Union
    OnPoint Community Credit Union
    OUR Credit Union
    PCM Credit Union
    Peoples Bank (AR)
    Peoples State Bank
    Railroad & Industrial Federal Credit Union
    RIA Federal Credit Union
    River Works Credit Union
    Rocky Mountain Credit Union
    Sb1 Federal Credit Union
    Seacoast Bank
    SECNY Federal Credit Union
    Service 1st Federal Credit Union
    Sikorsky Credit Union
    Southbridge Savings Bank
    Southwest 66 Credit Union
    State Bank of Southern Utah
    SunWest Educational Credit Union
    Texas Bay Credit Union
    Tinker Federal Credit Union
    Tonawanda Valley Federal Credit Union
    TransWest Credit Union
    Winslow Community Federal Credit Union
    Woodlands Bank
    Zeal Credit Union

    Apple Pay launched in Canada recently for American Express customers, as well, and Australia is to follow later this week. Apple is also partnering with American Express to bring Apple Pay to Spain, Singapore and Hong Kong next year.

    Source: Apple
     
  2. dhewson777

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    Apple Pay launched here in Australia today, but with just American Express on board initially. None of our banks seem willing to give up any of the lucrative transaction fee to Apple at this point, with contactless payments already widespread.
     

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