Home Depot has confirmed that it has plans to support Apple Pay after all.
Following news from earlier today that Home Depot had seemingly started blocking Apple Pay at its retail outlets, the home-improvement chain confirmed to Bloomberg that it intends to offer official support for Apple Pay after it upgrades its payment terminals.
Home Depot may have stopped accepting Apple Pay, following a deal to accept PayPal both in stores and online.
While Home Depot never formally announced Apple Pay compatibility, customers have been able to use it in several of the company's locations for some time now. However, it seems that Home Depot is now officially blocking Apple Pay at most of its retail outlets, pointing customers towards PayPal instead.
T-Mobile is going on the offensive against Verizon by launching a "Never Settle" campaign that allows existing Verizon customers to try out T-Mobile's services for free.
The carrier is giving Verizon customers the ability to port their numbers to a new T-Mobile smartphone (while retaining their existing Verizon phone), which they can use free of charge for up to 14 days. After the trial, if the customers wish to stay with T-Mobile, the carrier will cover Verizon's Early Termination Fees: