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

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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.

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