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Apple Pay proving popular with Hungarians

In Hungary

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Hungarian lender OTP Bank launched cashless purchases from Apple Pay in May, with the service becoming an instant hit among Hungarians, news portal hvg.hu reported.

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The service has attracted more than 60,000 clients, generating 250,000 transactions in the first ten days. OTP said many of the clients are newcomers who opened accounts at the bank to try the new payment service.

Apple’s mobile payment system has been in operation since 2014 all over the world, with huge success. In its first three days, it gained more than 1 million customers globally, hvg.hu reported. 

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