Apple Pay launches in France

“Apple Pay today expanded to France, marking the availability of the payment service in a total of eight countries (via,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards issued by Banque Populaire, Ticket Restaurant, Carrefour Banque, and Caisse d’Epargne can now be added to Apple Pay on eligible devices.”

Clover reports, “According to the Apple Pay France website, both Boon and Orange plan to add Apple Pay support in the near future, further expanding the availability of Apple Pay in the country.”

“Apple Pay is accepted at a wide range of retailers in France, including Bocage, Le Bon Marché, Cojean, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Fnac, Sephora, Flunch, Parkeon, Pret, and more,” Clover reports. “Apple Pay payments can also be made at any location that accepts contactless payment options.”

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1 Comment

  1. Great news. I was at a store today and they had a totally new, fancy card reader. I was thinking that this would work with Apple Pay, if only.. So, now I just have to wait for BNP to get onboard.

    Now, about transit info for Paris for Apple Maps…

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