Apple is continuing to sign more banks and credit unions up every few weeks to support Apple Pay, and the latest expansion in the United States includes another 40 new partners to back the company’s mobile payment service. Check below to see the latest banks to go live:

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American Heritage Federal Credit Union Associated Credit Union Bangor Savings Bank Bank of Bourbonnais Bank of Clovis Bank of the Pacific Baton Rouge Telco Federal Credit Union BHCU Cardinal Bank Corning Credit Union First Financial Credit Union (both IL & NM now) First National Bank of Trenton First Nations Bank First Republic Bank Flint Area School Employees Credit Union Glass City Federal Credit Union Guaranty Bank and Trust Company Hawthorn Bank Hills Bank and Trust Company Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union Leader Bank, N.A. Michigan Tech Employees Federal Credit Union Midcoast Federal Credit Union Oatworth Capital Bank Ohio Valley Bank Partnership Financial Credit Union Penn Liberty Bank Police and Fire Federal Credit Union Prime Merdian Bank Reading Cooperative Bank Republic Bank Section 705 Federal Credit Union Secured Advantage Federal Credit Union Southern Bank Southwest Missouri Bank TowneBank West Plains Bank and Trust Company WesTex Federal Credit Union Wilmington Savings Fund Society WSFS Bank

You can find the full list of all issuing partners including this week’s additions here. Apple Pay on iPhones and Apple Watch lets you pay securely in stores that accept contactless payments using the iPhone 6 or later, or any Apple Watch paired with iPhone 5 or later. iPhones and iPads can also make payments within supported apps using Apple Pay and Touch ID on iPhone 6 or later, iPad mini 3 and 4, iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro.

In addition to more banks, retailer JCPenney recently started piloting store-issued card support for Apple Pay, following Kohl’s full support just before them. Apple Pay has also expanded beyond the US and UK with a deal through American Express in Canada and Australia. China is also on the radar in a big way for Apple Pay.

More retailers are also starting to accept Apple Pay with Dominos, Cinnabon, Starbucks, Chilis, and KFC all testing or planning future rollouts. Apple maintains a list of partners that accept Apple Pay here, although many more locations also accept contactless payments including Apple Pay.

Small businesses can also easily accept Apple Pay and other contactless payment methods with options like Square’s new reader which is rolling out or PayAnywhere’s Apple Pay-ready reader that’s sold in Apple Stores.

Apple Pay is also expected to add peer-to-peer payments between users, possibly using iMessage, sometime in 2016 according to recent reports.

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