Fintech firm Northmill, which has the vision to improve financial life, launches Apple Pay for all its card users.
It gives users “a safe and simple way to pay with iPhone and Apple Watch.”
Northmill has also “introduced an account and a card – completely free of charge. No monthly fees, no annual fees and no foreign exchange fees.”
Users can “pay as for what they want with the card, whenever they want – without any fees.”
Tord Topsholm, CEO at Northmill, comments:
“It’s really great to be able to offer our users such a good card and account. At the same time, we also give them the opportunity to pay safely with Apple Pay. We constantly want to add more ways for people to pay and manage their finances to give them freedom and control with great user experience.”
As a user, you simply “add a card to Apple Pay and start using it right away.”
When customers use a card with Apple Pay, the actual card numbers “are not stored on the device, nor on Apple servers – and every Apple Pay purchase is authenticated with Face ID, Touch ID or the device’ password.”
It gives the user “top” security and privacy.
With Apple Pay users of Northmill’s free debit card “have full freedom to pay as they want and handle everything directly in the Northmill-app.”
Apple Pay is “accepted basically everywhere from grocery stores to restaurants and pharmacies.”
The users “choose whether they want to use Apple Pay on iPhone, iPad or Mac.”
Regardless of whether the purchases are made in the app or on the web, Apple Pay “makes the purchase simple, safe and secure.”
As covered recently, Ramp, the payments company making crypto accessible to everyone, has reportedly added Apple Pay as a payment option for its US clients in 36 states.
As mentioned in the update shared with CI, the mobile payment option, “already available to consumers on Ramp in the UK and countries within the European Union and now, is gaining traction partners stand to benefit from wider coverage.”
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), the world’s largest company by market cap and ubiquitous tech firm, announced a buy now – pay later product alongside a solid portfolio of other updates. During the annual WWDC keynote, Apple executives revealed Apple Pay Later, a new feature of the Apple Wallet that allows users the ability to choose to pay for purchases over four equal payments, over 6 weeks, without any fees or additional interest rate payments. The move places Apple in competition with other buy now, pay later providers such as Affirm (NASDAQ:AFRM). Affirm’s service is somewhat different as it offers 4 interest-free payments every two weeks or the option to receive installment credit for certain purchases.