Chevron to integrate Apple Pay at the pump in 2015

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Date: Tuesday, December 30th, 2014, 11:55
Category: iOS, News, retail, Software, Uncategorized

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Chevron will expand Apple Pay support from inside its convenience stores to the pump, allowing drivers to refill and pay with their iPhone or Apple Watch.

According to AppleInsider, Apple is working directly with Chevron, the gas company revealed via Twitter Monday afternoon, to bring Apple Pay support. The company hopes to have its systems in place for Apple Pay to be used at the pump by early 2015.


Chevron has been an early adopter of Apple Pay, and supported the tap-to-pay service at its stores and Texaco Extra Mile locations when it debuted in October. However, until now, Chevron customers have only been able to pay when they enter the convenience store, as support for Apple’s NFC payment service is not yet available at gas pumps.

Chevron is currently the only gas and oil company listed among the official Apple Pay partners.

Finally, Chevron clarified via Twitter that it plans to integrate Apple Pay at the pump, but has no specific timeline on the rollout. In a separate tweet, the company noted a continued effort to roll out the service for in-store sales by year’s end.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

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