Apple Pay Launches in Belgium and Kazakhstan

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Apple Pay Launches in Belgium and Kazakhstan

Apple launched Apple Pay in Belgium and Kazakhstan today. In Belgium, Apple Pay support comes via BMP Paribas Fortis and its subsidiaries Fintro and Hello bank! Hopefully, more institutions will gain support for the mobile payment service in the near future. Belgium ● BNP Paribas Fortis (Mastercard credit cards, Maestro debit cards) ● Fintro (Mastercard credit

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