RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers give thumbs up to Apple Pay


RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers give thumbs up to Apple Pay

Customers reacted to the launch of Apple Pay on social media today, with many very pleased that the new technology was available to them.

Apple Pay launched today five UK banks including NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank.

The day began with the UK banks that are launching Apple Pay announcing it to eligible customers on their social media channels.

Customers soon began letting everyone know what they thought about this development.

Most customers didn't have any problem setting up Apple Pay.

And it sounds like customers will continue to use Apple Pay based on their positive first experience.

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