HCE Service is a company with operations in two countries.
The product is designed to enable transactions using a contactless credit card or NFC-enabled mobile wallet directly on an NFC-enabled mobile device without additional hardware such as a card reader or dongle.
RoboWallet is compatible with any smartphone that runs on Android version 4.4 or higher.
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The EMV-enabled card reader works with a Wi-Fi or cellular connection, enabling businesses of all sizes to accept payments outside of a traditional brick-and-mortar setting.
The company's service is meant to help merchants connect their physical point-of-sale, online and mobile purchases in a single, EMV-compliant payments product.
The new service is built on Verifone's Secure Commerce Architecture, which connects payment terminals directly to the company's payment gateway.
E.Sun Bank is now offering its customers a mobile banking app that includes a payments feature.
The company's new offering is PCI-validated with point-to-point encryption and supports EMV and contactless payments.
The companies are working with partners in Mexico, Central America and South America.
Suretap, a mobile wallet provider, is a partner in the pilot.
Plutus has announced the development of a new app that will enable users to send bitcoin payments to more than 32 million merchants worldwide.
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The Verifone e265 is intended to give independent and micro merchants the flexibility to accept all major payment types and integrate with smart devices for value-added commerce capabilities.
The Infinea mPOS and Infinea mPOS Flat are all-in-one mPOS products for the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch 5th and 6th generations.
The bank's Android banking app is now capable of making contactless payments at more than 100,000 retailers throughout the country.
The company also has received approval from the four major card brands.
The collaboration will enable MasterCard Payment Transaction Services to provide managed services to its banking customers for NFC payments on smartphones.
MyWallet 2.0 enables consumers to pay merchants using their NFC smartphones with credit and debit cards registered in the app.
Sequent has licensed NXP's MIFARE DESFire and MIFARE4Mobile V1.01 and integrated them into the Sequent Platform, enabling consumers to access potentially millions of credentials for use in real-world environments with their mobile devices.