Last month we heard that Apple Pay was coming to 13 more countries and now the latest country to get Apple’s mobile payment service is The Netherlands.
Apple is launching their mobile payment service in The Netherlands with Dutch bank ING and it will support both credit and debit cards from ING.
The company has been steadily rolling out its mobile payment system to more countries in Europe over the last couple of years.
As well as Apple Pay, Apple are also getting ready to launch their own credit card, the Apple Card, this will only be available in the US at launch but it is also expected to launch in Europe as well.
Source AppleoSophyFiled Under: Apple, Top News