Two more banks in the U.S., PNC and US Bank, have added support for the Microsoft Wallet feature included in Windows 10 Mobile.
While US Bank was previously revealed as an upcoming listing for Microsoft Wallet on its official web page, the addition of PNC Bank is a bit of a surprise. PNC has also posted a how-to page on its own site (via MSPU), to give customers who are also Windows 10 Mobile phone owners some instructions on how to use Microsoft Wallet.
Seven banks in the U.S. now support Microsoft Wallet, and two more (Chase and Fifth Third Band) are scheduled to add support in the future.
In addition, Microsoft Wallet holders can use its features at retailers that show either the Contactless Symbol or Microsoft Wallet logo. The NFC Tap to Pay features in the Wallet app currently only work on the Lumia 650, Lumia 950, and Lumia 950 XL smartphones in the U.S. While the app is available just for Fast ring Insiders in the U.S., it is expected to be made available for all Windows 10 Mobile users sometime later this summer, most likely as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
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