The company is currently working on implementing the service in some of the stores it works with
PayU's press office has just confirmed that the company is now offering the online stores it works with the possibility of introducing Apple Pay digital wallet payments. The first stores are said to be implementing it right now. PayU did not share the exact number or names of those stores. We also don’t know when we can expect the process to be completed.
PayU is Poland's biggest online payment integrator, whose clients include the online auction platform Allegro. The auction site has stated before that it would like to offer its customers Apple Pay payments, which you could read more about here. That means it's possible that Allegro is among those first PayU partners to implement Apple Pay. Let me remind you that Allegro payments are also managed by Przelewy24, another company that has announced it would introduce Apple Pay.
Apple Pay is a mobile payment service for iOS device users. Polish Apple smartphone users have been able to use it since June. The service allows them to make contactless payments with their iPhones in conventional, brick-and-mortar stores. But Apple Pay can also be used in the e-commerce environment. Apart from PayU and Przelewy24, Polskie ePłatności's company PayLane has also expressed willingness to introduce this payment method for the stores it provides its services to.