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Apple Pay picks up new card issuers in US, China, France, Finland & Italy

Apple has added dozens of new banks and credit unions to its list compatible with Apple Pay, focusing primarily on the U.S., but with a number of international expansions.

These include the Bank of Quanzhou and YangQuan City Commercial Bank in China, and Arkea Banque Privee, Credit Mutuel de Bretagne, Credit Mutuel du Sud-Ouest, Credit Mutuel Massif Central, Fortuneo Banque, Max, and Lydia in France. Italian users can turn to Hype and Nexi —including cards from CartaSi and ICBPI —and Finland now supports Edenred (Ticket Restaurant cards).

The complete list of U.S. additions is below:

  • Act 1st Federal Credit Union
  • Adirondack Trust Company
  • AllWealth Federal Credit Union
  • Auburn Community Federal Credit Union
  • Bradford National Bank
  • Cedar Falls Community Credit Union
  • City of Boston Credit Union
  • Dallas Capital Bank
  • Decatur County Bank
  • Deerwood Bank
  • Farmers Bank and Trust
  • Farmers State Bank [IA]
  • First National Bank of Anson
  • First Pryority Bank
  • First Utah Bank
  • FNB Anson
  • GECU
  • Heritage Bank [WA]
  • HomeStreet Bank
  • Lowry State Bank
  • Marion Community Credit Union
  • Maspeth Federal Savings
  • Mechanics Bank
  • Meredith Village Savings Bank
  • Merrimack County Savings Bank
  • Mocse Federal Credit Union
  • Northern Bank
  • Peoples National Bank of Kewanee
  • Primebank
  • Quantum Credit Union
  • R.I.A. Federal Credit Union
  • Redding Bank of Commerce
  • School District 3 Federal Credit Union
  • School Employees Lorain County Credit Union
  • Somerset Trust Company
  • State Highway Patrol Federal Credit Union
  • The Citizens Bank [SC]
  • The Clay City Banking Company
  • The Harbor Bank of Maryland
  • United Business & Industry
  • Valley National Bank [both NY and OK]
  • VisionBank of Iowa
  • Webster First Federal Credit Union

While Apple Pay is now available in a number of countries worldwide, Apple is still filling in major gaps. The next rumored destination is Brazil, a country of over 207 million people.