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Deutsche Bank supports Apple Pay in Germany

All Deutsche Bank customers can use Apple Pay with “Deutsche Bank Card Virtual” or add their existing credit and debit cards

Deutsche Bank supports Apple Pay in Germany. Source:

Deutsche Bank now supports Apple Pay.

With just a few clicks in the Deutsche Bank Mobile app, existing or new customers without a Mastercard can apply for the “Deutsche Bank Card Virtual”, which allows them to use Apple Pay straight from their bank account. The virtual card can be used the following day, but soon it will be issued instantly. It comes without a membership fee and is available to all customers without a Deutsche Bank Card Plus. Customers can also add their existing Mastercard debit and credit cards to their Apple Wallet.

The first 30,000 users to sign up for the new service will receive a ten-euro voucher from Deutsche Bank to use in the App Store and the iTunes store. People who are interested in the new service but do not yet have a Deutsche Bank account may open one online or at a branch in a matter of minutes.

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