Users can pay a bill with a credit or debit card after snapping a photo.
Consumers can make a tax cash payment at a participating 7-Eleven after they scan a PayNearMe barcode.
Kiosk manufacturer SlabbKiosks has partnered with Ingenico Group to deploy EMV-enabled bill payment devices. SlabbKiosks will integrate Ingenico's payment system into its kiosks.
TFCU members can now use their preferred debit card, credit card or bank account to pay loans by responding to a text message.
Billing organizations are experiencing a surge in mobile visits as consumers use mobile devices for more activities, including payments.
Wal-Mart customers can continue to access bill payment services via the company's website or by visiting MoneyGram kiosks.
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The new Airtel Tap2Bill service will enable content providers and merchants to utilize Airtel’s billing infrastructure to charge and bill their customers.
The partnership will initially facilitate real-time bill payment and deposit capabilities for users of the NOW Network from Fiserv or the good funds network from Early Warning.
PayNearMe said this domestic bill payment service is the first in a line of affordable financial services that the company plans to offer cash-preferring U.S. consumers.
Mobile Payments Today has released its latest survey for the upcoming 2016 Mobile Payments State of the Industry Report.
Electronic payments can be accepted through a variety of channels including online, mobile, automated phone system and customer assisted phone system.
Cellum and Cardnet will provide the backbone for mobile purchases of the prepaid vouchers.
Evolve Money lets consumers pay their bills at more than 12,000 service providers through just one account.
Cash constitutes just 8 percent of bill payments, but still leads credit and mobile; checks are now a distant second to online payments.
LiveSite Online Payments from vCita gives businesses a website-integrated, online payments product that lets clients pay using any credit card, even from their mobile phone.
Consumers will also be able to us the service starting next month to pay small businesses.
The mobile bill-payment service is available to more than 13 million plan participants nationwide
Some 27 million U.S. online households now pay at least one bill from their phone, up nearly 70 percent over 2013.