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Apple Pay now supported by 25 more banks across the US, Russia, and Ukraine

Apple Pay, a newly launched digital payments app by Apple Inc. Today Apple Pay has a wide range of compatibility from iPhone 6 to the Latest iPhone X, and also the iPhone SE. For tablets, it’s compatible from iPad air 2 to the latest iPad pro. It’s also compatible with Apple Watch, through which even iPhone 5, 5C users can use the app for money transactions. It has been launched in many countries like USA, Russia, Brazil, Australia, China, and parts of Europe.

Apple Pay has now started to work with 25 more banks across the US, Russia, and Ukraine. So now Apple Pay’s usage has been overpowered not only in terms of devices, countries but also in terms of the number of banks supported by the app. This move by Apple Inc will surely increase the market share, usage of Apple Pay in the US, Russia, and Ukraine.

Here is the list of Banks of the respective country which are freshly compatible with Apple Pay:

1.) USA:

  • Bank of Holland
  • Bank of  Walker County
  • CapStar Bank
  • Edge Federal Credit Union
  • Firelands Federal Credit Union
  • First Missouri Bank
  • First National Bank (OH)
  • First National Community Bank
  • Greenville National Bank
  • Iberville Federal Credit Union
  • Inspired Member, Inc.
  • Jacksboro National Bank
  • Latrobe Area Hospital Federal Credit Union
  • Northern Interstate Bank, N.A
  • Rockford Municipal Employees Credit Union
  • Southern Bank and Trust
  • Southwest Airlines Federal Credit Union
  • Superior Credit Union
  • TLCU Financial
  • Union State Bank
  • United Bank and Trust
  • United Bankers Bank

2.) Russia and Ukraine:

  • Pochta Bank
  • Russian Reginal Development Bank
  • Oschadbank

Apple Pay is now expected to pick up new banks and credit unions every coming month so that they will have a wider reach, will be able to service many more Apple Inc. users. Apple Pay is expected to soon start their services in Germany and possibly Austria.