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Apple adds UBS, 29 other financial institutions to Apple Pay roster

Apple on Tuesday added another 30 institutions to the list offering credit and debit cards with support for Apple Pay, the most prominent being the U.S. branch of UBS, a Swiss banking and investment firm primarily serving rich and institutional clients.

The majority of the additions are credit unions, spread across multiples states. Some examples include the Mayo Employees Federal Credit Union, USC Credit Union, and New England Federal Credit Union. Another is Apple Federal Credit Union, a North Virigian institution unaffiliated with the Mac and iPhone maker.

A complete list of the new entries can be seen below:

  • Alaska USA Federal Credit Union
  • Apple Federal Credit Union
  • Capital City Bank
  • Changing Seasons FCU
  • City National Bank
  • Educational Systems FCU
  • Granite Credit Union
  • Great Basin Federal Credit Union
  • Greater Texas FCU
  • Hoosier Hills Credit Union
  • Hughes Federal Credit Union
  • iQ Credit Union
  • KEMBA Financial Credit Union
  • Landmark Credit Union
  • Legend Bank
  • Mayo Employees Federal Credit Union
  • Mercantile Bank of Michigan
  • MIDFLORIDA Credit Union
  • New England Federal Credit Union
  • People's United Bank
  • Peoples Bank
  • Town & Country FCU
  • Town Square Bank
  • Transportation FCU
  • True North Federal Credit Union
  • UBS Bank USA
  • Veridian Credit Union
  • Waukesha State Bank
  • Western Federal Credit Union

Apple Pay now has well over 300 issuers in the United States. The service will make its first international expansion in July, coming to the United Kingdom, but initially only to eight banks such as HSBC and Lloyd's. More parties are set to join by the end of 2015.