All of Canada’s Big Five Banks are now offering Apple Pay.
BMO, Scotiabank, and TD Canada Trust launched the service on Wednesday. Their rivals, RBC and CIBC, began offering Apple Pay last month.
The service was first launched in Canada last year but was only available for those with American Express-issued cards.
Customers with a debit or credit card can use Apple Pay for in-app purchases or at retailers where contactless payments are accepted. A variety of stores, including as Aldo, Canadian Tire, Giant Tiger, Indigo, Jean Coutu, London Drugs, McDonald’s, Rona, and Tim Hortons accept Apple Pay.
Apple’s website says the service will soon be supported by Air Canada, Domino’s, Pizza Pizza, Ticketmaster, and Zara.
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