Displaying items by tag: Alipay

Fintech Boku found in its study that mobile wallets use will rise by nearly 74% and estimated that there will be 4.8 billion wallets by the end of 2025. The study cited that e-commerce and mobile apps drove the growth of mobile wallet adoption.

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Bendigo Bank has signed a deal with ASX-listed payments solutions provider Tyro Payments making the latter the exclusive merchant acquiring partner for its business banking customers.

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Global Mobile Points of Sale (mPOS) transaction values will exceed US$1.9 trillion by 2024, up from $850 billion in 2019, according to a new report from Juniper Reseach.

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International tourists to mainland China will be able to use a version of the Alipay app to make cashless payments from their phones, a report says. Alipay is owned by Ant Financial, an affiliate of retail giant Alibaba.

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 Payment platform Adyen is collaborating with Chinese leading payments platform Alipay to support payment methods for the AliExpress, Taobao, Tmall and Alibaba.com brands globally.

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Worldwide mobile money transfer volumes will exceed 203 billion in 2024, up from 130 billion in 2019, according to new research which reveals that country domestic transfers are being driven by increasingly easy mobile payment systems.

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Leading Chinese payment platform Alipay has launched a mobile tool to promote Melbourne's top tourist and retail destinations to Chinese tourists.

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Chinese mobile payments provider Alipay has partnered with online food and travel marketplace HarkHark in a deal offering restaurants around Australia a mobile "scan to order" platform and free menu translation service, to enable them to more effectively reach Chinese visitors.

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Chinese online payment platform Alipay has released statistics for the Lunar New Year period showing how much Chinese tourists to Australia and New Zealand spent during the period.

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Mobile payment service Alipay and Tourism Australia have launched a interactive mobile map to promote Sydney to Chinese tourists ahead of the Chinese New Year festive period which falls this month.

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Thursday, 20 December 2018 09:41

CommBank to offer Alipay to customers in-store

The Commonwealth Bank will offer customers the use of the payment app Alipay on its Albert touchscreen device in-store from today.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 14 December 2018 11:50

CBA folds, to offer Apple Pay from January 2019

The Commonwealth Bank appears to have thrown in the towel as far as keeping Apple Pay out goes, and has said the payment option will be made available to its own customers and those of Bankwest.

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Chinese mobile payment platform Alipay has joined forces with the National University of Singapore to launch a new initiative aimed at supporting digital technology innovation throughout Southeast Asia.

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Business-only bank Tyro is claiming an Australian-first with its first merchant — Heinemann Australia — implementing the Chinese mobile payment platform Alipay in its new stores at Gold Coast International Airport.

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Vodafone Hutchison Australia has cut a deal with China's Alipay to provide the service at 110 of its stores across Australia.

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Tuesday, 04 September 2018 07:07

Alipay use by Chinese tourists shows sharp rise

The use of the Alipay payment platform by Chinese tourists showed a sharp rise during the two months of summer holidays, the company claims.

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Reinforcing its strategy to accept all payment types in response to merchant needs, business-only bank Tyro has entered an agreement with the world’s largest mobile and online payment platform, Alipay.

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Chinese mobile payment platform Alipay, in collaboration with tax refund agency Global Tax Free, has launched what it claims is the world's first paperless mobile tax refund function in South Korea.

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Chinese visitors to Melbourne can give licensed buskers the digital equivalent of a few coins via QR code, while locals can use "tap-n-go" cards in Australia's first digital payment busker solution.

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Independent EFTPOS and payment provider Smartpay Holding has signed a deal with Chinese payment provider Alipay that will give up to 25,000 Australian and New Zealand Smartpay merchants the ability to access what is China's preferred payment method.

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