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Apple on Tuesday added 46 new banks and credit unions to the growing list of Apple Pay-supporting issuers in the United States. With these additions, Apple Pay is now compatible with more than 500 financial institutions nationwide.

Launched in October of last year, Apple Pay is a mobile payment service that allows users to pay for goods and services using their iPhone or Apple Watch. It’s accepted at hundreds of thousands of retailers and restaurants around the country.

  • Amplify Federal Credit Union
  • Bank of the Ozarks
  • Branch Banking & Trust
  • Bridgehampton National Bank
  • Capital Educators Federal Credit Union
  • Centra Credit Union
  • Charlotte Metro Credit Union
  • Citizens Bank
  • Coastal Federal Credit Union
  • Credit Union 1
  • Dollar Bank, FSB
  • Eglin FCU
  • E-Trade Bank
  • First Community Bank
  • First Community Credit Union (OR)
  • First Florida Credit Union
  • First National Bank of Waseca
  • Floridian Bank
  • Georgia United Credit Union
  • Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union
  • Kennebunk Savings Bank
  • Kirtland Federal Credit Union
  • Leaders Credit Union
  • Maine Savings Federal Credit Union
  • McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union
  • Merchants Bank
  • MIT Federal Credit Union
  • National Penn Bank
  • Navigant Credit Union
  • Nodaway Valley Bank
  • Nymeo
  • OU Federal Credit Union
  • Pacific NW Federal Credit Union
  • Power Financial Credit Union
  • Seaboard Federal Credit Union
  • SECU of Maryland
  • Southern Security FCU
  • Southwest Financial Federal Credit Union
  • Sterling Federal Bank
  • The Cape Cod Five Cent Saving Bank
  • The Focus Federal Credit Union
  • Trupoint Bank
  • UBI Federal Credit Union
  • Vinton County National Bank
  • Watertown Savings Bank
  • Xceed Financial Federal Credit Union

Apple Pay is available in the US and UK, and rumor has it that the service will arrive in Canada and Australia later this year. On Wednesday, Apple is expected to launch iOS 9, which includes reward card support and other improvements.

Source: Apple