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Apple customers in Morocco can now use Apple Pay in the country for contactless payments. The Cupertino company has already updated its page, adding two banks that are the first to support the service.
The service was first spotted as a code by an Apple researcher named Aaron on Twitter, saying the service is finally live in Morocco based on Apple Pay backend. It was followed by a confirmation by a bank in the country, the Crédit immobilier et hôtelier.
After this, Apple officially updated its page, adding the name of the bank that supports the Apple Pay service in the country, alongside the Groupe Credit Agricole du Maroc. It is unclear what other banks will join the two, but the list is expected to expand over time.
The expansion of Apple Pay in Morocco follows the rollout of Apple’s Tap to Pay on iPhone service in the United Kingdom. Revolut and Tyl by NatWest area already supporting the service, but the company promised that more are coming soon, including Adyen, Dojo, myPOS, Stripe, SumUp, Viva Wallet, Worldline, and Zettle by PayPal.