What you need to know
- ING's German customers now have Apple Pay.
- ABM AMRO in the Netherlands, too.
- bunq in Austria as well.
Apple Pay is already popular in Europe and now even more users can pay using their iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, or iPad with three new banks coming online. Customers of bunq in Austria, ING in Germany, and ABN AMRO in the Netherlands, your time has come.
Dutch bank ABN AMRO announced that it would be supporting Apple Pay last month, but didn't say when that would happen. It's now here, with the bank taking to Twitter to tell its customers what they can expect.
Challenger bank bunq also enabled Apple Pay for its Austrian customers, telling them that they can "pay safer and faster" using Apple Pay (via MacRumors.
And while ING's German rollout didn't come with the same fanfare – or fancy Tweet, at least – it too announced Apple Pay support via Twitter.
Apple Pay first went live in the United States in late 2014 and has steadily been working its way around the globe ever since.
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