Apple Pay is coming to Canada and Australia later this year thanks to a tie-up with American Express.
CEO Tim Cook revealed the news during the tech giant's fourth quarter earnings call, adding that the service will make its way to Hong Kong, Singapore and Spain in 2016.
Apple Pay, which lets users make online and instore payments with their iPhones and Apple watches, launched in the US last October and arrived in the UK this summer.
In both these markets Apple secured deals with large numbers of issuers and the major card schemes but it appears that customers in the new countries will be limited to American Express, at least initially.
Despite huge initial hype, the service has failed to take off in the States. Research published this week by Phoenix Marketing International suggests that after impressive early adoption, things have stalled.
Apple also faces competition from its fellow tech firms such as Google and Samsung, while this week JPMorgan Chase signalled the beginning of a fightback from banks with the unveiling of its own rival.