Apple is expanding the reach of it’s payment service – Apple Pay. Started from United States, Apple Pay is now growing in parts of Europe. Apple Pay has been launched in Slovakia, Portugal, Greece and Romania.
Apple yesterday, launched the service in all the four countries. In order to promote the payment service, the company put out a campaign called “Get Started With Apple Pay”. Guiding people on how to sign-up and also how the users can take advantage of the service.
Banks supporting Apple Pay in Slovakia:
- J&T Banka
- Slovenska Sporitelna
- Tatra banka
If you’re one of those who were eagerly waiting to try out Apple Pay, your wait comes to an end. You can now finally sign-up and set-up your Apple Pay profile to start using it. However, you must keep in mind that you might face some errors and server issues. As the service is just rolled out and it might take some time to settle down.
Apple launched Apple Pay first in the United States. After which, the company is trying very hard to push Apple Pay over the globe. There are a lot of retailers accepting Apple Pay, including the newly added Taco Bell and Target. As the number of retailers increase, the Cupertino Giant can accept more number of transactions with rise in user base as well.
However, there are a lot of countries which are yet waiting for Apple to launch it’s payment service – Apple Pay. Do retailers in your country accept Apple Pay? Let us know in the comments down below.