Following the addition of eight additional card issuers and banks earlier this month, Apple has updated its list of supported institutions and card types to include 15 more credit unions and banks. These new banks are listed as supporting Apple Pay as of today:

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-A+ Federal Credit Union -Amegy Bank of Texas -America First Credit Union -Bethpage Federal Credit Union -California Bank & Trust -Connex Credit Union -Goldenwest FCU -Huntington Bank -KeyPoint Credit Union -Meijer Credit Union -National Bank of Arizona -Nevada State Bank -TCF National Bank -The Bank of Greene County -Vectra Bank -Zions First National Bank

As mentioned above, today’s update marks the second addition to Apple’s list of supported Apple Pay institutions for January. Including the 15 institutions added today, Apple Pay now supports more than 45 banks and credit unions with over 500 signed on to eventually support the mobile payment service.

While Apple Pay has been rolling out in waves across the United States since October 20th, we reported earlier this month the mobile payment service could come to Canada as soon as March while a UK launch for Apple Pay is reportedly under way for the first half of 2015.

Below is the updated full list of banks and credit unions with Apple Pay support:

-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 -A+ Federal Credit Union -Amegy Bank of Texas -America First Credit Union -Bethpage Federal Credit Union -California Bank & Trust -Connex Credit Union -Goldenwest FCU -Huntington Bank -KeyPoint Credit Union -Meijer Credit Union -National Bank of Arizona -Nevada State Bank -The Bank of Greene County -Vectra Bank -Zions First National Bank

While not on Apple’s official list just yet, readers report and Visa lists University of Wisconsin Credit Union as now supporting Apple Pay, while First National Bank, which is listed among the more than 500 banks signed up to roll out support, shared today its Apple Pay support will happy in the first quarter of this year.

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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