It’s definitely the day for Apple Pay, the apple brand transaction service. While earlier in the day, Credit Agricole announced the availability of the service for its customers, it is now the turn of Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale to offer Apple Pay.
The CMAF brings together Crédit Mutuel Center Est Europe, Sud ‑ Est, Île ‑ de ‑ France, Savoie ‑ Mont Blanc, Midi ‑ Atlantique, Center, Loire ‑ Atlantique and Center ‑ Ouest, Normandy, Mediterranean, Dauphiné ‑ Vivarais and Anjou, Antilles -Guyane, and Massif Central. But the CMAF also owns the CIC, which makes even more people affected.
To take advantage, go to the Wallet application and click on the “+” at the top right of the screen to add your card. Apple Pay manager Jennifer Bailey took advantage of the day to announce that 99% of payment cards will be covered by Apple Pay in France by the end of the year. “As of today, Apple covers 90% of French payment cards. As a first step, Crédit Agricole and Crédit Mutuel will offer Apple Pay to their users of the Carte Bancaire network. Visa and Mastercard will be added during the year. Apple will then cover 99% of French cards, which will make France one of the very first countries in the world from this point of view, “she said.