Originally one of the big four banks that tried to strong arm Apple into accepting the collective terms of the NAB, CBA, Westpac and ANZ, NAB (the National Australia Bank) has finally caved.
ANZ was first to launch Apple Pay a few years back, and early this year, the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) also caved in, too.
This leaves only Westpac as the last sad sorry major Aussie bank to continue giving its customers, and Apple, radio silence (or a certain finger) in response to when Westpac will also join the 21st century and allow its customers to use the very secure and handy Apple Pay service.
You can also see NAB's tweet below. Thanks for taking years to get with the program, NAB, but glad you're finally here.
It’s here. NAB customers can now use Apple Pay. Just add your NAB Visa Card and start using Apple Pay wherever you can tap and pay. Apple Pay with NAB. Easy. T&Cs apply. https://t.co/bs5t9VIGwT pic.twitter.com/fDY5vbMRDA— NAB (@NAB) May 20, 2019