NatWest rolls-out Apple Pay for business cards

NatWest has announced access to Apple Pay for its business and commercial credit card customers.

The bank, and subsidiaries including Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster Bank, have integrated Apple Pay across a range of Mastercard credit and charge cards.

A statement played up the security aspect, noting that every Apple Pay purchase is authenticated with Face ID, Touch ID, or device passcode, as well as a one-time unique dynamic security code.

Matt Tuck, head of customer propositions and delivery for commercial banking at NatWest Group, explained: “After providing the service to our business debit cards last year we are delighted to extend Apple Pay to our credit and charge cards for our SME business and commercial customers.

"We are proud also to be the first of the big six UK banks to offer this to our customers."

Customers can also use Apple Pay on iPhone, iPad and Mac to make faster and more convenient purchases in apps or on the web via the Safari browser, without having to create accounts or repeatedly type in shipping and billing information.

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