Apple Pay’s expansion continues to make good progress in our country. Already there are 27 entities that support payment through Apple devices after the arrival today of Banco Mediolanum. To these 27 we must add the imminent incorporation of another giant, ING will be compatible with Apple Pay very soon.
The cards from Banco Mediolanum are now compatible with Apple Pay which means you can now pay from your iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad or Mac without complications. Just add your Banco Mediolanum card to Apple Pay.
The benefits of paying with Apple Pay are many, but the main one is to be able to go out without a wallet and to be able to pay simply by approaching the iPhone or the Apple Watch . But it is also an accepted form of payment in many online shops.
To add your Banco Mediolanum card to your iPhone in order to use Apple Pay, just follow these steps:
- Open the Wallet app on your iPhone.
- Click on the “+” icon at the top right.
- Scan the card with the iPhone’s camera.
- Complete the information in case something is missing.
- Wait a few minutes until the bank accepts the operation.
- You will receive an SMS confirming that your card is added to Apple Pay.
The card will now be available to pay from your iPhone, just place your iPhone on the reader and identify yourself with Face ID or Touch ID . You can also activate Apple Pay by double tapping the side button on a Face ID iPhone. If you want to set up the card for use from the Apple Watch, just follow these steps.
Using Apple Pay is a simple thing that you’ll get used to in no time. Luckily in our country the panorama has changed radically from having only 3 or 4 options to 27. Soon ING will arrive and hopefully others like Unicaja, Ibercaja or Abanca will not take too long.