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Apple Pay continues to grow thanks to the agreement with new entities

Mobile payment services already appeared a few years ago with companies as powerful as Samsung or Apple , which bet on entering this sector thanks to NFC chips and the expectations that were held in this sector that today still does not show all its potential.

Today these mobile payment systems are not the payment method that users use most , for various reasons such as distrust or the difficulty that these brands are having to make agreements in each country with each bank with which they want to work.

Apple Pay continues to grow thanks to the agreement with new entitiesApple Pay continues to grow thanks to the agreement with new entities

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A clear example of this is what is happening in Spain, where Santander is the only bank collaborating with Apple Pay , and only CaixaBank plans to join this union with Apple’s payment service in 2017 .

It is precisely this that has led Apple and its Apple Pay service to expand its collaboration with some new banks in countries as diverse as the United States, Russia and China , in a bid to accommodate the largest number of entities within this collaboration agreement.

In this way these and other countries like the United Kingdom have begun to collaborate with Apple * for the development of their Apple Pay, through both banks and credit unions that will make this service of Californians grow a little more.

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You should also be aware that Apple may be working on the development of its payment service, because with iOS 11 Apple will open a new door already announced as the sending of money between people through its iMessages application .

There is no doubt that this is great news for a service that can continue to grow thanks to this expansion through different countries and banks , and that will allow it to continue growing in an increasingly competitive sector such as mobile payments.

Source : 9to5Mac