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| 13 September, 2017

Apple Pay coming soon to UAE

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks about the Apple Pay service during a presentation at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks about the Apple Pay service during a presentation at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California

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With Apple Pay, consumers can tap their iPhone over payment terminals to complete a transaction


In a separate release, Apple announced that Apple Pay will be coming soon to the UAE, with support from Visa and MasterCard, and banks including Emirates NBD, Mashreq, RAKBank, Emirates Islamic, HSBC and Standard Chartered.

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"We know customers in the UAE will love the added convenience and security Apple Pay brings, and we can't wait for them to start making easier and more private payments soon," Jennifer Bailey, vice-president of Apple Pay, said in the statement.

To use Apple Pay, consumers can tap their iPhone over payment terminals to buy coffee, train tickets and other services. It can be also used at vending machines that accept contactless payments.



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