OpenBank will add Apple Pay before the end of the year

Apple Pay

The Apple Pay family grows again in Spain. OpenBank, the first online bank present in the country, has communicated via Twitter that it will incorporate Apple Pay as a means of payment for all your customers before the end of the year, so they can use it quickly, easily and safely.

The Cupertino Boys They are improving Apple Pay coverage throughout Europe, and more specifically in Spain. Last week, CaixaBank and ImaginBank reported that they were becoming part of the banks that offer this payment method in the country.

OpenBank belongs to the Santander Group, perhaps for this reason it has precipitated its incorporation into the select group of banks that can offer Apple Pay to its customers in recent weeks, since Banco Santander was the first bank in Spain (and Spanish) to be able to offer this technology.

OpenBank Pay

Although the date is not official yet, Apple has already included OpenBank on its website, as the next bank to be added to this "great family", along with other banks around the world.

It is expected that this type of news additionally cause the integration with this technology of important banks in Spain such as banks BBVA, Bankia or Banco Sabadell, facilitating the payment method in numerous shops and stores in the country.

Apple Pay spreads quickly between web pages, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and endless places to buy is just to bring our iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch to the dataphone (And even more comfortable if you do it with your Mac from home!).

 


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