Apple customers who have purchased Apple Pay on the progressive website can now tap into Apple customer service for answers to questions and help.
The site’s developer, Progressive, has made the switch to Apple Pay to improve customer service.
Apple has long struggled to improve its customer service in the wake of the mass shooting at the company’s San Bernardino, California, headquarters that killed 14 people and injured many more.
Apple recently revamped its mobile app, Apple Pay, and made the mobile app available for all Apple devices, but Apple Pay still struggles to reach consumers.
Progressive, which helps customers manage their Apple Pay transactions, is working on a new mobile app that would give customers direct access to Apple customer support.
Apple also made the app available to developers in October.