Apple pay has expanded their services and it is now available for customers at many of Canada’s major financial institutions.

The mobile payment and digital wallet service, which allows customers to pay for products and services by using an iPhone, Apple Watch or iPad, is growing in popularity.

The service first went live in Canada in November of 2015 with American Express. CIBC, RBC, ATB Financial, and Canadian Tire Financial Services later added their names to the service, earlier this month.

According to, BMO customers can connect a MasterCard or Interac debit card, TD Canada Trust works with Visa and Interac debit cards, and Scotiabank customers can use Apple Pay through a Visa, Amex, or Interac debit card.

Apple Pay is compatible with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, and the Apple Watch when paired with the iPhone 5 or later.

Apple writes on their website that soon users will be able to add favourite store credit cards and rewards cards to Wallet, and use them to make purchases and redeem rewards with Apple Pay.

For more information check out Apple’s  website.