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Customers of Russia’s largest bank can now use Apple Pay

Apple Pay has arrived in a new country, with Apple’s mobile payment service launching in Russia on Tuesday — although right now it’s only available with one bank and card. “Sberbank clients – MasterCard cardholders – can now use Apple Pay, which will allow them to make contactless payments online safely and comfortably,” a press […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple
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