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Apple Pay expands and also comes to New Zealand

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Published on Oct 13, 2016

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Apple continues with the expansion of its electronic payment method. New Zealand is the eleventh country to officially support Apple Pay.

Apple Pay leverages the NFC technology present in the Apple Watch and the iPhone, to be able to make payments at authorized retail stores quickly and easily. The service is currently available in 11 countries, and thanks to the recent addition of New Zealand. The bank of new zealand ANZ Bank has reached an agreement with Apple to enable Apple Pay. All clients of the bank in question will then be able to take advantage of the service payments, but must be in possession of a Visa card. Apple Pay can then be used in all authorized retail stores, like the chains of Domino's, Hallenstein Brothers, Storm, Mcdonald's, Glassons, K-Mart, Stevens, Noel Leeming and other.

The arrival of Apple Pay still remains to be defined, then we just have to wait news about it, probably in 2017.

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