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Apple Pay launched in Saudi Arabia

Apple Pay launched in Saudi Arabia

Apple launched its payment service in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, with Visa customers in the Kingdom now ready to purchase nearly anything with their iPhones. 

Apple Pay was first trailed in the Saudi market last October, with the tech monster promising the alternative would before long be accessible. Months after the fact Apple Pay was propelled across the country. 

In an announcement distributed by Arabian Business, Visa general administrator for Saudi Arabia, Ali Bailoun, stated: "As a nation loaded up with well informed, portable first buyers, we are enchanted to work with Saudi Payments and our bank accomplices to help convey Apple Pay to Visa cardholders here, making their installments experience less demanding, quicker and more secure than any other time in recent memory." 


Apple Pay joins Sadad and mada Pay as another alternative to join the cashless list of installment strategies accessible to Saudi purchasers. 

The local website page for the administration records a portion of the prominent retailers where Apple Pay can be utilized. These incorporate Carrefour, Al Baik, Sephora, Lacoste, Starbucks and Homecentre.