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Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Apple Pay officially arrives in France

Almost two years after it landed in the United States, Apple Pay has officially arrived in France, becoming the eighth country to be able to enjoy the service.

Thus, credit cards Visa and MasterCard together with debit cards Banque Populaire, Ticket Restaurant, Carrefour Banque d'Epargne and Caisse can be added seamlessly to the service, while on the other hand, it is expected to Boon cards and Orange will be supported soon.

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To do this, simply access the Wallet application and add them manually counting yes with an iPhone 5 (in combination with the Apple Watch) or higher with iOS 8.1 minimum.

In short, Apple Pay is already available in the US, UK, Switzerland, China, Australia, Canada, Singapore and France, while according to the own Tim Cook, it is expected that the service reaches Spain before the end of the year .

Do any of you have been able to use Apple Pay?

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