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First Hawaiian Bank Customers Can Now Use Apple Pay

April 7, 2015, 9:38 AM HST
* Updated April 7, 9:39 AM
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first hawaiian bank logoBy Maui Now Staff

Starting today, Tuesday, April 7, First Hawaiian Bank customers with a personal credit or debit MasterCard can use Apple Pay, a secure, contactless, in-app mobile payments solution, said Dennis Doctor, senior vice president and Card Services Division manager.

“We are pleased that all of our customers with a personal credit or debit MasterCard can now enjoy the security and convenience of making purchases through Apple Pay at over 220,000 contactless-enabled retail locations nationwide,” said Doctor. “With Apple Pay, we are providing our customers with an easy payment solution that suits their lifestyle using the latest in secure mobile payments technology. We continue to look for opportunities that will bring value to our customers and will enhance their experience with us–whether it’s at one of our branch locations or through new technologies that allow us to offer our customers more choices.”

Customers with a First Hawaiian Bank personal credit or debit MasterCard, including Priority Rewards and the Priority Destinations cards, can now choose Apple Pay to make payments using their compatible Apple iPhone 6 and iPad mobile devices at over 220,000 stores nationwide.

Apple Pay is available at retail stores with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and is also available within apps for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.

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To learn more about Apple Pay, go online.

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