Apple’s list of supported banks and card issuers for Apple Pay is growing again today with the addition of 8 new banks and credit unions, according to sources with knowledge of the matter. The full list of newly supported card issuers includes:

Security Service Federal Credit Union Consumers Credit Union Virginia Credit Union Cyprus Federal Credit Union Fairwinds Credit Union Mountain America Credit Union Partners Federal Credit Union Customers Bank

The new card issuers added today follow latest additions, Fremont Bank & NIH Federal Credit Union, added last month. Apple continues to roll out support monthly for additional banks as it works to add the more than 500 US banks it previously announced would support the new mobile payments service.

As Apple rolls out support for new banks and retailers and app developers offer the payment option to customers, Apple announced last month that Apple Pay now supports 90% of US credit cards by transaction volume while continuing to roll out support for additional cards types from bank partners. 

Recently we received our first hints at an international expansion for Apple Pay with job listings and reports pointing to a launch in the first half of next year in Europe and elsewhere.

Apple’s rapidly growing full list of banks supporting Apple Pay now 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 -Security Service Federal Credit Union -Consumers Credit Union -Virginia Credit Union -Cyprus Federal Credit Union -Fairwinds Credit Union -Mountain America Credit Union -Partners Federal Credit Union -Customers Bank

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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