Apple Pay

Apple Pay Promotions




Apple Pay

Major Banks (DBS, POSB, UOB, OCBC & Standard Chartered) with MasterCard and VISA now joins into the list of supported banks in Singapore for Apple Pay ( Pay)



List of Supported Cards and Banks:

  • American Express
  • DBS (MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • OCBC (MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • POSB (MasterCard credit and debit cards)
  • Standard Chartered Bank (MasterCard credit and debit cards, Visa credit cards)
  • United Overseas Bank (Visa credit and debit cards)

Source: Apple Pay Support (Singapore)

Apple Pay

Banks & Credit Card Companies in Singapore Advertises for Apple Pay ( Pay)

UPDATE (5th May 2016): OCBC Bank now supports Apple Pay ( Pay)

As seen from the launch of Apple Pay in Singapore on 19 April 2016, the banks have made some advertisements to inform its customers that they can already start using Apple Pay or it is coming soon.



Source: American Express (Apple Pay)

Apple Pay

 Pay now available in Singapore for American Express with selected initial merchants whilst VISA & MasterCard via DBS, POSB, OCBC, UOB & Standard Chartered support ‘coming soon’

American Express now, Visa ‘coming soon’.


Today, Apple has announced Apple Pay ( Pay) in Singapore with several merchants and banks supporting it.

Currently, only American Express (AMEX) cardholders supports Apple Pay in Singapore whilst VISA via the majority banks in Singapore such as DBS, UOB and Standard Chartered to be ‘coming soon’. Users can add in their credit and/or debit card details via the Settings app or through the Wallet app on the iPhone. Should the settings for it be missing, a simple restart or reboot should do the trick.


UPDATE (21st April 2016):
On Apple’s webpage for Apple Pay Singapore, they have included that Mastercard is also now supported, but however, it is being listed as ‘coming soon’ together with VISA. As such, that they have also added POSB as part of the lists of banks that will be supported as ‘coming soon’, together with DBS, UOB and Standard Chartered.