The unexpected launch of Apple Pay in the 340,000 people Nordic nation came earlier today with initial support from the country’s two major financial institutions. The iPhone maker’s self-imposed goal calls for bringing Apple Pay to forty countries before year-end
Apple Pay is currently available in 33 countries but it looks like the iPhone maker might soon meet its self-imposed goal of having it available in forty countries worldwide in 2019 because the mobile payments service appears to be launching soon in a bunch of European countries.
Apple Pay will be rolling out to customers in Austria soon, according to the country’s largest bank. The Cupertino firm is working to expand global availability of its own mobile payments solution to 40 markets around the world in 2019.