While China is expected to get Apple Pay anytime now, dozens of additional banks and credit unions across the United States have joined in supporting Apple’s mobile payment service. More than 40 new banks have joined the list of Apple Pay partners, which already totals to over 1,000 across the US and 15 across the UK. These are the latest additions:

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  • ABNB Federal Credit Union
  • Beneficial Bank
  • Central Bank & Trust Co.
  • Central Bank of Jefferson County
  • Chartway Federal Credit Union
  • Chicopee Savings Bank
  • Commerce Bank of Washington
  • Commonwealth Bank & Trust Company
  • Cornerstone Community Bank
  • Cortrust Bank
  • Dow Chemical Employees’ Credit Union
  • Duke University Federal Credit Union
  • Exchange Bank
  • Fannin Bank
  • First Electronic Bank
  • First State Bank and Trust Company
  • Guadalupe National Bank
  • Heritage Grove Federal Credit Union
  • Heritage South Community Credit Union
  • Jackson Community Federal Credit Union
  • KALSEE Credit Union
  • Kitsap Bank
  • Lake County Educational Federal Credit Union
  • Lakeland Bank
  • Lone Star State Bank of West Texas
  • Louisiana Federal Credit Union
  • Mainstreet Credit Union
  • Monroe Bank & Trust
  • Mutual Credit Union
  • Nassau Educators Federal Credit Union
  • New Era Bank
  • North Carolina Press Association Federal Credit Union
  • Northwest Community Bank
  • Option 1 Credit Union
  • Otero Federal Credit Union
  • PlainsCapital Bank
  • Richfield Bloomington Credit Union
  • Sanford Institution for Savings
  • Town and Country Bank
  • Trinity Bank
  • TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union
  • Tulsa Federal Credit Union
  • Virginia National Bank
  • West-Aircomm Federal Credit Union
  • Yakima Federal Savings
  • You can find Apple’s full list of bank partners here. If you’re setting up Apple Pay for the first time, start by opening the Wallet app on iPhone, or Wallet section on iPad or within the Apple Watch app, then add payment.

    Apple Pay lets you pay for purchases in stores that support contactless payment methods using new iPhones and Apple Watches. You can also make payments in apps on new iPhones and iPads.

    If you’re bank isn’t yet supported, keep checking back as Apple is continuously adding new partners regularly.

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