5 more banks join Apple Pay in Singapore so we can all finally use it

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SINGAPORE — Now many more Apple users here can pay in stores with their iPhones and Apple Watches.

Five banks in the country — DBS, OCBC Bank, POSB, Standard Chartered and UOB — announced on Wednesday they had started to support Apple Pay on their credit and debit cards.

Together with American Express, which launched together with Apple Pay here a little over a month ago, the six banks collectively cover the vast majority of the island’s card users, with over 80% of the cards issued by Visa and MasterCard. Some popular banks like Citibank and Maybank have not yet started supporting the service here. Read more…

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