Apple Pay transaction limit rises in the U.K.


Apple Pay is coming to the U.K. this fall.
Apple Pay just got a bit better for U.K. customers.
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There’s no logical reason why Apple Pay transaction costs should be limited, but in the U.K. users have been stuck with a limit of £20 ($30) since the service first debuted in July.

Thanks to the rise of people using both Apple Pay and contactless cards in general, however, that number has now been increased by 50 percent to £30 ($46).

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