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A partnership with MasterCard will make it possible for European card issuers to add their products to the service.
A three-year research report indicates a mobile app can be a big boost for sales and customer engagement.
The Neon release of the app provides increased visibility and control of potential funders of the youth wallet.
The company will work with Mobilink, Telenor, Zong, Ufone, and Warid, which have a combined 136 million subscribers.
In a survey of 1,000 shoppers and payment processes in the past year, 93 percent used cash, 68 percent used debit cards and checks, 67 percent used credit cards and 62 percent used PayPal for payments.
The bank and MasterCard claim that the digital wallet, which is accepted worldwide at 250,000 online retailers as a checkout option, is the first of its kind available in India.
Paydiant, a mobile wallet developer PayPal acquired last year, originally built Subway's mobile app and released an update earlier this year.
The company plans to launch international operations in the U.K. this month.
The company also announced a partnership with Visa to work on digital payments.
Best Buy tapped to sell Apple Watch starting Aug. 7.
Firehouse Subs customers will be able to order, purchase and pick up their food more quickly than ever thanks to the chain's use of MaterCard's MasterPass.
The Revolut app enables users to set up an account in a matter of seconds to transfer funds globally via SMS, email, WhatsApp and social media channels using up-to-the-minute exchange rates.
Azimo customers in 20 European countries are now be able to send funds to mobile money accounts in Armenia, Burkina Faso, Fiji, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, the Philippines and Somaliland.
Consumers in 50 countries can now transfer funds directly to eZ Cash mobile wallets.
New report reveals mobile apps generate almost 50 percent of mobile transactions for some of the biggest e-commerce players.
Adyen first partnered with Uber to launch in the Netherlands in 2012, and has since expanded into more than 50 markets on six continents.
The NettCash prepaid electricity product is being extended by integrating Mozido's Mobile Transaction Platform services.
In a recent survey, 42 percent of IT pros said their company was making no apparent progress on EMV; 58 percent didn't think missing the deadline would affect the bottom line.
FIME says that its test tool is the first to achieve EMVCo qualification for Level 1 PCD analog testing on contactless terminals.
Results show that the use of mobile technology by shoppers continues to climb, with adoption growing among key segments of the population.