Apple has announced it will be expanding its mobile payment service Apple Pay to the United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden by the end of the year.

During the company’s earning call a few days ago, Apple unveiled its plans on launching the payment service in four new countries as well as expanding support for it across the US, UK, Japan, Australia and Canada.  While the countries listed that currently support Apple Pay have added only a bank or two, it seems that the US will add the most banks out of all of them.

Apple Pay is now available in 16 countries, the company is constantly looking for new ways to promote the service by offering special discounts when the service is used to make transactions. In addition, the upcoming operating system iOS 11 will feature peer-to-peer payments, so users will be able to send money to friends and family or receive money using Apple Pay via iMessages.

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