Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile commerce division of Ingenico Group, today announced that the company will offer the ability to accept mobile payments made with the Android Pay mobile wallet to its clients from early 2017.
With the announcement made by Google on Android Pay today, this makes Hong Kong one of the first few markets in Asia Pacific to have this mobile payment option.
Mastercard cardholders and Android device users in Hong Kong now have even more ways to shop easily and securely on-the-go as Android Pay launches in the city.
Mastercard customers who use Android Pay can travel for free around London using pay as you go and get a free hot drink at Caffè Nero for four Mondays in October.
Android Pay is now available to TSB’s debit and credit card customers, providing them a fast, simple and secure way to make payments via their Android device.
Following the launch of Android Pay, the simple and secure way to pay for things with your Android smartphone, four new banks join the Android Pay family.
It’s with great delight that we welcome Chase, one of the largest banks in the US, to the Android Pay family.
Beginning today, Chase Visa consumer credit and debit cardholders can now use Android Pay to make simple and secure payments in stores and in mobile apps.
Walgreens Balance Rewards members can now seamlessly apply their loyalty account at checkout through Android Pay, furthering the convenience of earning and redeeming points and expanding the company’s portfolio of unified mobile payments solutions.
Spanish bank Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) is set to embark on a second management reorganisation within 14 months in anticipation of a further push of its digital banking plans, according to Bloomberg.
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