According to Apple.com in Saudi Arabia, there is a mobile payment service of Apple Pay coming very soon to 32 million people in the country, from the Saudi Payments Network (MADA) who is having the support thereby.
Thus the news announced the tweet today with the reference by MacRumors. This reads as “Saudi Payment Network announces soon introduce Apple Pay in Saudi Arabia.”
Apple Pay is available now in nearly three-dozen countries.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, confirmed recent earning sets to launch in Germany. In an interview with an Indian newspaper, Apple’s Eddy Cue on the roadmap for India confirms stopping short of giving a launch date.
According to sources from 9to5Mac, Poland’s PKO BP currently is tested the service. The Swedish outlet MacPro alleged Apple Pay hit Sweden on October 24 with support from Nordea.
According to Apple Pay head, Jennifer Bailey, there is a service “about making people love their iPhones.” Apple Pay recently enabled a convenient payment option on eBay.