The German bank N26 will offer Apple Pay in Spain to its customers before the end of the year

Good news for Apple users. A new bank has joined the very strong list of banks and credit institutions that offer the possibility of making purchases through Apple Pay. Bank N26 has just officially announced that before the end of the year it will join the Banco Santander, American Express and Carrefour to offer all iPhone users the ability to pay for all your purchases without having to use a physical credit card. This recently created bank was the first to offer Apple Pay in Italy where it is also available as well as in France and of course Germany.

As stated in the statement where it has announced that the launch of Apple Pay in Spain, since it offers this payment technology in Italy, hhas received a large number of requests so that it could also offer this possibility in other countries where the bank is also present. You can tell that it is a young bank and wants to gain prominence among users by listening to their suggestions. To be sure, many BBVA, La Caixa or Banco Sabadell users will also have beaten their offices to adopt Apple Pay, but since they have their electronic payment method they will not change it to Apple Pay, since it would be to recognize that they have done wrong.

From what we can see in recent months, Apple Pay is traveling the road slower than users would have likedAlthough, as is the case in Spain, little by little more banks and credit institutions are being added to make use of this technology, something that is to be appreciated, even if they are banks that are not as popular as the great ones.


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