Chevron testing Apple Pay at the pump in Northern California

Apple Pay continues to expand with more companies every day accepting Apple’s payment service. The latest example is Chevron, who has just started a pilot program that allows customers to use Apple Pay and other NFC payment systems to pay for their gas at the pump, rather than go into the station itself.

Chevron confirmed the pilot program, with one location in San Ramon, California supporting Apple Pay. However, another station located in Apple’s home base of Cupertino will be added to the test soon:

Chevron has not yet revealed when it will expand its “pay at the pump” support for Apple Pay to other US cities. Apple Pay just went live in the UK with support from eight banks and over 250,000 retail locations.

Check out how to use Apple Pay in our Ultimate Guide

Source: Chevron (Twitter); via MacRumors

Source: iMore

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