Apple Pay goes live in Norway, Poland; may be coming soon to Czech Republic

Apple has rolled out Apple Pay in both Poland and Norway this week, 9to5Mac reports, with the mobile payment service landing on eight Polish banks on Monday, followed by a subsequent launch on three banks in Norway on Tuesday. The service also launched in Ukraine last month, following Apple CEO Tim Cook’s recent promise that the service would be rolling out to those three countries. Now, a new report from SmartMania (via 9to5Mac) suggests that Apple Pay will also be landing at Moneta Money Bank in the Czech Republic sometime in August. Meanwhile, Apple Pay also continues to expand in the U.S., with over 30 more new banks recently added.

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