Apple Pay today added support for two more banks as Apple continues to slowly roll out support for the more than 500 US banks it said would support the new payments services. The new banks include Fremont Bank and the National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union.

Fremont Bank, based in Fremont, CA, adds support for Personal debit cards and small business debit cards, according to Apple’s newly updated list of participating Apple Pay banks and card issuers.

The National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union supports personal debit cards only, according to Apple, while it awaits support for its personal credit cards and and small business credit cards.

The two new additions follow L&N Credit Union and UW Credit Union gaining support earlier this month.

Apple’s full list of supported banks currently includes:

-L&N Federal Credit Union -UW Credit Union -Commerce Bank -America First Credit Union -American Express -Bank of America -Barclaycard -Capital One -Citi -Commerce Bank -J.P. Morgan -M&T Bank -Merrill Lynch -Navy Federal Credit Union -PNC, Regions Bank -SunTrust -U.S. Bank -U.S. Trust -USAA -Wells Fargo -Fremont Bank -National Institutes of Health FCU

We have a running list of banks that plan to support Apple Pay in the coming weeks and months here. We also have a running list of the latest stores and apps that accept Apple Pay here.

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