mobile payments

Ingenico Offers New Mobile Payment Option For China

On Thursday, October 10, 2019, international payment services provider Ingenico announced its plan to open up the mobile payment processing market in China to the world through several unprecedented business partnerships. Ingenico has decided to focus in-country on China’s local e-commerce and mobile payment systems: It has partnered with bank card services provider UnionPay and …

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Is Apple Pay Really More Popular Than the Starbucks Mobile App?

According to an October report published by eMarketer, a respected online publication dedicated to the digital marketing industry, the mobile payments service known as Apple Pay is now more popular than its counterpart developed by the Starbucks Coffee Company. Since about 2014, the Starbucks app, which started off as a digital version of its successful …

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Where can I use Google Pay?

Google Pay allows Android phones, tablets or digital watches to make tap-to-pay puchases. Near field communication (NFC) allows the Android device to transfer the credit card information over to a point of sale system, making transactions fast and easy. By saving your cards to your Google Account, you’ll receive the same rewards and discounts paying …

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Top E-commerce Trends in 2019

Payment Methods – Credit Card Processing & Beyond Making the shopping experience easier for the consumer is the goal of new e-commerce tools. Every year, the e-commerce industry is dynamically transforming, moving in the direction of personalization and new sleeker customer experiences, especially with the increasing integration of AI. Streamlining payment processes and providing multiple …

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Target Pay Coming Soon

Apple, Android, and Google have their own pay services, where people can make payments directly from their devices. Recently, Wal-Mart joined the bandwagon when they released Walmart Pay. Target is now joining the game, planning to release its own payment service Target Pay later on this year. Although, Target has not decided if the service …

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Older Millennials Are More Likely to Use Mobile Payments

Mobile payments are still a new development for most consumers. They are clearly marked on most retail payment terminals, and most banking apps offer the ability to make transfers and deposits with just a few taps. However, most people still slide their card, reluctantly slip it into the chip reader or hop on a computer …

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FitPay: A Truly Wearable Payment Option

In the fragmented world of mobile payments, one company is taking advantage of unifying existing technologies for the benefit of shoppers. FitPay is a California company that was envisioned by veterans of the mobile payments industry. This innovative tech firm has paid close attention to shoppers who have been largely underwhelmed by “contactless” mobile payments …

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Mobile Rent Payments May Kick off Soon

For the majority of individuals in the property management sector, a checkbook is a vital device that lets vast sums of money be transferred from one point to another without carrying briefcases full of bills. It is also a perfect way of making payments tenuously (mainly rent payments and even utility bills). With millennials promptly …

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Walmart Pay to Deepen Information about Shopper Habits

Businesses are striving to stay on top of trends in consumer behavior, and mobile payments have been a hotbed of activity. Walmart Pay just rolled out nationwide, and the company is hoping that the app will help them collect more information about how customers use their products and make purchasing decisions. Credit card processing has seen …

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