Apple PayTM

No need to worry about having cash or carrying your cards. Have the convenience of making purchases with virtual card(s) on your eligible iPhone®, iPad® or Apple Watch®.*

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 . . .

  1. Add/set up your eligible Providence Bank & Trust debit cards to Apple Pay:

    • On iPhone, open the Wallet app and tap the plus sign. From there, follow the onscreen instructions.
    • On Apple Watch, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and select “Wallet & Apple Pay”, then tap “Add Credit or Debit Card.” From there, follow the onscreen instructions.
    • On iPad, go into Settings, open “Wallet & Apple Pay,” and select “Add Credit or Debit Card.” From there, follow the onscreen instructions.*

  2. Pay easily and securely. To pay within stores, hold iPhone near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID®. On Apple Watch, just double-click the side button and hold the display of your Apple Watch up to the contactless reader. To pay within apps on iPhone and iPad, select Apple Pay as the payment method and place your finger on Touch ID.* .

  3. Control usage/access in Apple Pay on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch and monitor your card activity in online or mobile banking.†

  • Apple Pay is more secure than using a traditional credit/debit card since your card number and identity are not shared with the merchant or transmitted with payment, and your actual card numbers aren't stored on your device.

  • There is no cost to use Apple Pay.

  • You enjoy the same benefits/rewards using Apple Pay that you receive using your physical debit/credit cards.

Learn More About Apple Pay

*Apple Pay works with iPhone 6 and later and Apple Watch in stores, and iPhone 6 and later, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3 and later within apps. For a list of compatible Apple Pay devices, see

†Providence Bank & Trust does not charge fees for using mobile banking service. However, your wireless carrier may charge you a fee for SMS (text) messaging and/or data usage, whichever is require for mobile banking.

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