Apple Pay officially launched in the Netherlands in June, but Dutch bank ING was the sole card issuer offering support Apple’s digital payment system to the country.
Today, more banks in the Netherlands announced support for Apple Pay. Dutch challenger bank Bunq now shows up in Apple’s Wallet when users in the country choose to add a card, as does Monese, N26, and Revolut.
With Apple Pay on iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad and Mac, customers with these banks in The Netherlands can make purchases with their digital wallet in stores, in apps and on websites.
Pay safer and faster using your Monese cards with #ApplePay. Now available for our customers in 🇳🇱 the Netherlands! pic.twitter.com/6f0cb8Y4zI
— Monese (@monese) September 3, 2019
According to Apple’s regional Apple Pay web page, Apple Pay can be used in The Netherlands with several online and high street retailers including Adidas, ALDI, Amac, ARKET, BCC, Burger King, Capi, cool blue, COS, Decathlon, Douglas, H&M, Jumbo, Lidl, McDonalds, Starbucks, and others.
Dutch banks ABN AMRO and Rabobank have also announced that they are working to bring Apple Pay support to their customers and both expect this to roll out soon.
Tags: Apple Pay, The Netherlands
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