Riders can now pay for Paris metro passes with Apple Pay

Posted On: Jan 13, 2021   |   Posted By: iMore

Riders can now pay for Paris metro passes with Apple Pay

Apple Pay support has come to the Paris metro ahead of schedule.
What you need to know
Apply Pay now works for the Paris metro.
Riders can pay for their passes through the metro app.
As reported by iGeneration , riders can now charge their Paris metro cards with an iPhone using Apple Pay. The feature rolled out a week ahead of schedule with the latest update of the app.
Ile-de-France Mobilités did not wait until January 20 to launch its Navigo pass recharge service from the iPhone. The function has just appeared with the latest update of the app, which for the occasion is renamed... Ile-de-France Mobilités. To pay for your pass with the app and Apple Pay, you must launch the app and go to the Purchase tab, then position the card by placing it on the top of the iPhone. A "Ready to scan" window will then appear, just let yourself be guided...
According to the report, feature availability across iPhone models is currently spotty. When it completely rolls out, however, it should be available for iPhone 7...

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