Apple Pay Now Supports HSBC and Over 70 Other Issuers in U.S.

Apple updated its Apple Pay participating issuers list today with 75 additional banks, credit unions and financial institutions supporting the contactless payment service in the United States. Apple Pay now has over 600 participating issuers nationwide, and several more plan to support the NFC-based mobile payment service in the future.

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HSBC Atrium in Buffalo, New York

HSBC, one of the ten largest U.S. banks, highlights the complete list of Apple Pay participating issuers. As a disclaimer, it should be noted that some smaller 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 is ahead.
  • Achieva Credit Union
  • Alcoa Pittsburgh Federal Credit Union
  • Alliance Credit Union
  • AmeriServ Financial Bank
  • APCO Employees Credit Union
  • Bank of American Fork
  • Bridgewater Savings Bank
  • Community Bank & Trust
  • Cross Keys Bank
  • Directions Credit Union
  • Eagle Bank
  • East Texas Professional Credit Union
  • Eastman Credit Union
  • Eaton Family Credit Union
  • FedEx Employees Credit Association
  • First Bank of Newton
  • First National Bank of Granbury
  • First Northern Credit Union
  • First State Bank of Colorado
  • First United Bank
  • First Western Trust
  • Fleur de Lis Federal Credit Union
  • Generations Federal Credit Union
  • Guaranty Bank Trust
  • Hastings City Bank
  • Haven Savings Bank
  • Heartland Bank
  • Heritage First Bank
  • HomeTown Bank
  • HSBC
  • IH Credit Union
  • Impact Bank
  • Jeanne Dā€™ Arc Credit Union
  • Johnson Bank
  • Kennebec Savings Bank
  • LBS Financial Credit Union
  • Lewiston State Bank
  • MainStreet Bank
  • Marlborough Savings Bank
  • Marquette Savings Bank
  • MAX Credit Union
  • Members First Credit Union of Florida
  • Merco Credit Union
  • Miami Postal Service Credit Union
  • Monson Savings Bank
  • Ocean Communities Federal Credit Union
  • OceanFirst Bank
  • Omni Community Credit Union
  • One Bank & Trust
  • P1FCU
  • PeoplesBank
  • PeoplesChoice Credit Union
  • Perfect Circle Credit Union
  • Phenix-Girard Bank
  • Planters Bank & Trust Company
  • Point West Credit Union
  • Public Service Credit Union
  • Quest Federal Credit Union
  • Red Crown Federal Credit Union
  • Semiconductor of Maine Federal Credit Union
  • Service Credit Union
  • SIU Credit Union
  • Solarity Credit Union
  • Solidarity Community Federal Credit Union
  • Sterling Bank & Trust
  • Team One Credit Union
  • Texas Dow Employees Credit Union
  • The Park Bank
  • TMG Financial Services
  • Velocity Community Federal Credit Union
  • VisionBank
  • Western Rockies Federal Credit Union
  • Whitney Bank
  • York County Federal 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, which was likely prematurely leaked by TD Canada Trust. Other rumored banks include BMO, CIBC, RBC and Scotiabank.

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18 months ago
Every time I see these posts I get excited. Then, disappoint when my credit union is still not on there.....
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18 months ago
It is so sickening how long this is taking. I called my bank and they told me they weren't looking at supporting Apple Pay due to "lack of interest."

Retailers are dragging their feet on the hardware end "due to lack of interest".

Yeah, I suppose if nobody supports the damn service, it would appear consumers have a "lack of interest". How are consumers supposed to show interest if it's impossible?!
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18 months ago
come on Canada!!
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18 months ago

Every time I see these posts I get excited. Then, disappoint when my credit union is still not on there.....


You will be even more disappointed once your bank accepts it and you find out that none of the stores you shop in accept Apple pay.....
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18 months ago
Impressive, but we still need more retailers on board. My expectations were set fairly low and even I'm surprised by the lack of support over a year later.
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18 months ago

Gotta admit, Samsung has a really nice thing going with Samsung Pay.


Because of Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST)? That seems neat and would have been useful a decade ago, but even with US banks switching to chip cards, will it even work for long?
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18 months ago

come on Canada!!


Exactly! We're so close now, but until Apple actually starts serving an IP for applepay.ca or has something at apple.ca/apple-pay I don't know how close we actually are.
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18 months ago

Because of Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST)? That seems neat and would have been useful a decade ago, but even with US banks switching to chip cards, will it even work for long?

I'm guessing even with banks switching to chip cards retailers will still swipe them. I've had a chip card for awhile now, and it works great when I'm traveling, but any time I've tried to use the chip in the US, even when the retailer says it should work, the chip doesn't work and I have to swipe it.
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