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After the circulation of some rumors, Apple has finally brought its Apple Pay service to Chile. It follows the arrival of the mobile payment service in Vietnam hours earlier.
It is not a surprise, nonetheless, as there were earlier indications that Apple was indeed planning to bring the service to the country. To recall, some users reported experiencing the service for a short time in the country in 2021. It was followed by rumors claiming the next country Apple was targeting for the expansion of Apple Pay was Chile.
Now, it is all available in Chile, as reliable Apple leaker @aaronp613 pointed out on Twitter. According to the user, the service is now live “as per the backend” of Apple. According to the dedicated Apple Pay website for Chile, Banco BICE, Banco de Chile, Banco Santander, Banco Falabella, and Banco de Crédito e Inversiones are among the participating banks for the service.
The news directly follows Apple Pay’s entrance in Vietnam just hours earlier. Aside from the two countries, Apple has also recently brought the service to El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama. In July, Apple Pay debuted in Morocco, listing Crédit immobilier et hôtelier and Groupe Credit Agricole du Maroc as participating banks.