Apple updated itsthis morning with a list of ten new locations you can use its contact-less payment system. And among those ten new merchants, is T-Mobile.
The carrier joins companies like Gamestop, Acme, Firehouse Subs and Rubio’s among others as the latest to join Cupertino’s payment revolution. And with Apple Watch coming very soon, T-Mo couldn’t have chosen a better time to join in.
If Apple’s updated page is anything to go by, you should now be able to walk in to your local T-Mobile store and use your iPhone 6/6 Plus NFC to pay for small transactions. If you’ve been able to use it, or work in a store where it’s up and running, be sure to let us know your experiences. Is it as quick and painless as Apple wants us to think it is?
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Cam Bunton, Managing Editor. A film school graduate from the University of Cumbria, UK, Cam’s past life was in mobile phone retail. His passion for cell phones got him in to that industry, and then in to this one. A family man with three kids, he somehow manages to balance his work duties with family life and a runaway Twitter addiction. Follow him on twitter: @PhoneDog_Cam