Fifth Third Bank is the latest to now support Microsoft Wallet on Windows 10 Mobile. The bank announced the recent addition on Twitter, stating:
With support for Microsoft Wallet, Fifth Third Bank customers can use their Windows 10 Mobile phone to make payments using their credit or debit cards. The NFC payments are accepted anywhere with a Microsoft Wallet or generic contactless payment logo on display.
The rollout of support for Microsoft Wallet has been somewhat slow, but Fifth Third Bank follows the likes of recent additions like TD Bank in November, along with PNC and US Bank before that. Currently, Microsoft Wallet only supports contactless payments in the U.S., and there's no indication on when that might change.
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