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Dozens More Vendors Join Apple Pay

Dozens More Vendors Join Apple Pay

Apple has been busy signing up dozens of more banks, retail stores and start-up firms to support its new Apple Pay payments system.


The company announced the new sign-ups on Tuesday, according to The New York Times, which listed the banks that have joined the mobile-payments system.

Banks and credit card issuers that now support Apple Pay include SunTrust, Barclaycard and

Barclaycard have joined forces with Apple Pay in recent months.

Barclaycard have joined forces with Apple Pay in recent months.

USAA.

Ten more banks, including TD Bank North America, Commerce Bank, BB&T, Black Hills FCU, First Tennessee Bank, Dupaco Community CU, Idaho Central CU, Associated Bank, WesBanco and UW Credit Union, will support Apple Pay as of Tuesday, the Times said.

Factoring in the new banks, Apple Pay is now able to support the cards that account for around 90 percent of all credit card transactions in the US, according to the company.

Its Apple Pay participating issuers page displays a list of banks that support the service in the US. However, the page was last updated on December 10, so it doesn’t show the latest additions as of Tuesday.



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