PayPal's TIO Networks says data breach affected 1.6M users

TIO Networks, a bill-payment platform PayPal acquired over the summer, announced a security vulnerability may have affected the personal information of some 1.6 million customers, according to multiple media reports. PayPal acquired TIO Networks in July for $238 million in...

Fintech startup Payrailz debuts to help small FIs with payments

Payrailz, a digital payments provider offering advanced bill payment and money transfer products to banks and credit unions, has officially launched. The Connecticut-based company wants to help financial institutions succeed by offering a smarter, faster and more engaging payment experience...

Consumers more comfortable with nonfinancial providers for bill pay, money transfers

A substantial number of consumers are comfortable using nonfinancial providers for essential activities such as paying bills, transferring money to others and taking out loans, according to the latest consumer trends survey from Fiserv. The survey also found notable adoption...

Study: Sub-Sahara Africa driving global market for mobile money

Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for more than half of all mobile money deployments worldwide and is pioneering a range of new mobile money use cases, according to new GSMA data. The latest State of Mobile Money in Sub-Saharan Africa presentation, made...

Carnival to offer Alipay onboard Asian fleet

Carnival Corp. has signed an agreement to offer Alipay payment services onboard its cruise ship fleet in Asia, including multiple ships in China. As part of this agreement, Carnival's first and largest brand in China — Costa Cruises — will give passengers the option to use their existing Alipay account as a payment method for cabin folios.

Transactis partners with Walletron for mobile wallet billing and payment

Transactis has announced plans to expand its electronic billing and payment offering, BillerIQ, through a strategic relationship with Walletron, provider of moBills, a bill-to-wallet service. This alliance will allow businesses to present notifications and billing statements and provide a streamlined...

Mitek to enable B2B mobile deposits on Ariba Network

Mitek has announced that it intends to enable B2B mobile payments on the Ariba Network, a global business-to-business trading platform. Leveraging its MiSnap Multi-Check Capture and Mobile Deposit applications, Mitek aims to empower the more than 2.5 million businesses connected...

Paytm launches mobile bill-payment service in Canada

New Delhi-based Paytm, has launched its bill-payment service in Canada, making it the first Indian company to debut such a service in the Great White North. Paytm users in Canada can use the Paytm Canada app to pay bills for...

DocuSign enables Android Pay, Apple Pay document payments

DocuSign, a global e-signature and digital transaction management company, has made its DocuSign Payments product available to its U.S. customers, with select international markets expected next month, according to a press release. The San Francisco-based company said DocuSign Payments is...

Mobile Payments Today seeks editorial contributors, bloggers

Mobile Payments Today is seeking editorial content in 2017 from industry thought leaders in the form of contributed articles and blog posts. We're looking for high-level thought leadership pieces that are free of a marketing pitch. Submissions should be between...

Mobile Payments Today publishes new mobile app guide

One of the bigger trends to emerge in 2016 was how payments became a larger focus for retailers as they attempt to keep customers within their app for the entire shopping experience. To that end, Mobile Payments Today is proud...

Western Union makes strategic investment in mobile payments tech company

Western Union has announced today that it has made a strategic investment in Walletron Inc., a provider of mobile wallet bill presentment and payment capabilities. Walletron automates a brand's presence in mobile wallets such as Apple Wallet and Android Pay,...

Mobile Payments Today releases new Mobile Wallet Comparison Guide

Choosing the right mobile wallet can be tricky and time consuming, but we've done the research for you! The 2016 Mobile Wallet Comparison Guide gathers in one spot a compendium of the industry's top mobile wallets, compiling their differing capabilities...

Walletron, Speedpay form pact to present bills in mobile wallets

Walletron, a provider of bill presentment and payment capabilities into consumers' mobile wallets, has announced a strategic alliance with Speedpay. Speedpay now offers Walletron moBills, enabling biller clients to present personalized notifications, bill information, and a streamlined payment experience to...

North American Retail Hardware Association partners with Payment Alliance International

The North American Retail Hardware Association and Payment Alliance International have formed a partnership in order to offer home improvement retailers new payment solutions. PAI is deeply invested in ATMs and retail business payment solutions, currently serving 70,000 ATMs and...

PayNearMe acquires consumer financial management app Prism Money

Electronic cash payment network PayNearMe has acquired consumer financial management app Prism Money. According to a press release, the move will allow PayNearMe to offer businesses and financial institutions the capability for in-app bill presentment that enables their customers to...

Fortumo launches direct carrier billing in India with Reliance Communications

Indian mobile operator, Reliance Communications, and mobile payment platform provider Fortumo today announced the launch of direct carrier billing in India. All Reliance Communications customers will be able to make purchases for digital content and games by charging the payments...

Passport gains $8 million in funding round

Mobile technology company Passport recently announced that it has gained $8 million in its Series B round of funding. Passport offers a mobile payments software solution for parking and transportation customers, according to a press release. Passport's solution integrates mobile...

Fortumo makes push in Africa

The mobile payments company Fortumo today announced it has launched direct carrier billing in three new African markets, according to a company press release. More than 52 million people in Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia and Senegal can now make digital payments and have the purchases charged to their mobile phone bill.

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