Apple Pay Gains 18 New Participating Issuers in United States

Apple-PayApple updated its Apple Pay participating issuers list today with 18 additional banks, credit unions and financial institutions supporting the contactless payment service in the United States. Apple Pay now has over 450 participating issuers nationwide, and several more plan to support the NFC-based mobile payment service in the future.

The newly added Apple Pay participating issuers are reflected below, although it's worth noting that some banks, credit unions and financial institutions listed may have already had support for the contactless payments service and are only now being reflected on Apple's website.

The full list of new Apple Pay participating issuers:

  • AltaOne Federal Credit Union

  • American Bank of Commerce

  • Capital Bank, N.A.

  • Cardinal Community Credit Union

  • Del-One Federal Credit Union

  • Enterprise Bank and Trust Co.

  • Envision Credit Union

  • First Commonwealth Bank

  • First National Bank and Trust

  • First South Financial Credit Union

  • FirstMerit Bank

  • Fort Worth City Credit Union

  • Leominster Credit Union

  • Magnolia Federal Credit Union

  • Monticello Banking Company

  • Northfield Bank

  • Southern States Bank

  • Spire Credit Union

Apple Pay remains limited to the United States and United Kingdom, although Apple is committed to an international rollout of the mobile payments service in additional countries such as Canada and China in the future. The Wall Street Journal previously reported that Apple is planning a November launch of Apple Pay in Canada.

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trife Avatar
116 months ago


Still waiting for my credit union to get onboard......
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redhawk87 Avatar
116 months ago
Still no NCSECU... The second largest Credit Union in the US. :-/
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BigHonkingDeal Avatar
116 months ago
How about more merchants that accept Apple pay?
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Merkie Avatar
116 months ago
Kinda insane how many issuers there are in the US. :eek:
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116 months ago


Still waiting for my credit union to get onboard......
AND Discover Card...

BTW: LOVE that gif...
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raydragon Avatar
116 months ago
I just spoke with "Gary" in (NC)SECU's Member Services Center (this one in Kernersville) regarding when/if ApplePay will ever come to the nations 2nd Largest Credit Union. He was aware that Navy Federal - the largest CU - have offered ApplePay for quite some time, but had seen no communication from SECU on their stance, so he asked 2 supervisors. One told him that they were waiting for "bugs" to be worked out with ApplePay (I was not aware there were any, but this is NC, where excuses are thrown about freely), while the other says they "may never offer ApplePay". I explained, as I usually do on this matter, that SECU put no restrictions on my using my Visa at Home Depot, Target, and BJ's - and had to issue new cards each and every time one of those merchants had data breaches. I then explained to Gary how ApplePay works on both my iPhone and Watch, and told him that Google and Samsung both offer/will offer similar payment types.

Gary said he will check other sources within SECU and try to update me later today. He also said he will ask that some type of communication be made on their website - yea or nay.

It is wonderful living in the "tech capital of the East Coast".
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