Apple Pay has been the most popular
payment gateway system around the US and some other parts of the worlds. Now it
has added over 40 more banks and credit unions to its list around US. It has
been adding more and more banks over the past few weeks. Below are the 40 new
banks and credit unions that Apple added recently which can used with Apple Pay around United States.
Below are the 40 new banks and credit unions that Apple added recently which can used with Apple Pay around United States.
  • America First Credit Union
  • American Bank & Trust Company
  • Ascentra Credit Union
  • Associated School Employees Credit Union
  • Banc of California
  • Beaver Valley Federal Credit Union
  • Bofl Federal Bank
  • Carolina Federal Credit Union
  • Central Bank (AR)
  • Central Maine Credit Union
  • Citizens State Bank of New Castle
  • Direct Federal Credit Union
  • East Boston Savings Bank
  • FBT Bank
  • First Exchange Bank
  • First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust
  • First National Bank & Trust Company
    of Weatherford
  • First Northern Bank of Wyoming
  • FNB Bank
  • Freedom First
  • Gateway State Bank
  • Gulf Coast Community Federal Credit
    Union
  • Hanmi Bank
  • Kinderhook Bank
  • NCPD Federal Credit Union
  • New York Community Bank
  • Northland Area Federal Credit Union
  • Olympia Federal Savings
  • Santander Bank
  • South Atlantic Bank
  • Southern First Bank
  • Texana Bank
  • True Sky Credit Union
  • TrustBank
  • Two Rivers Bank (IA)
  • Two Rivers Bank (NE)
  • UBI Federal Credit Union
  • United American Bank
  • Valwood Park Federal Credit Union
  • Washington Area Teachers Federal Credit
    Union
  • WashingtonFirst Bank
  • WesBanco Bank
  • Western States Bank

So if your bank is in this list then you
can simply setup Apple Pay right away. Apple Pay is the easiest payment gateway
system that lets you make payment from your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.
Currently Apple Pay is available in the
United States, France, Spain, Canada, Russia, UK, Switzerland, China, Japan,
Singapore and New Zealand.
Source: 9to5mac