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Apple Pay has been recently expanded to 13 more countries in Europe today. These countries include Greece, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Croacia, Estonia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania and Malta. Sooner later this year, Apple Pay will be in 2 more German banks as well.
iPhone users posted Apple Pay screenshots on social media outlets and they found out that they can finally add their bank cards to Apple Wallet on their iPhones. In addition, Apple Pay started to expand in Europe and the Middle East last summer, which includes the countries Poland, Norway, Kazakhstan, Germany, Saudi Arabia Belgium, Czech Republic, Austria and Iceland.
This is a great milestone for Apple Pay’s availability because Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned that Apple Pay will be in 40+ countries and regions by the end of this year. But the full list is not updated yet, because it was only released since today. Apple Pay has been simplifying the ways of spending your money and your wallet since its first US launch in October 2014.