A majority of Australians now use digital payments, according to a new report revealing that awareness of digital payments is now an almost universal 93.9%, with 72.4% using at least one digital payment method over an average 12-month period.
A survey of mobile payments by research service Venture Insights indicates that it will take much more than two decades for Australia to become a cashless society.
Non-bank contactless/cardless mobile payment systems are now being used by more Australians than bank-owned solutions, with fintech market entrants like Apple Pay, Android Pay and Google Wallet taking market share from incumbents, according to a newly released report.
The old Android Pay is set to become Google Pay, allowing you to go ogle Google's new way to pay, coming soon to you via Google Play.
Melbourne-based consumer finance business Latituide Financial Services has launched its fifth mobile payment platform this year, with the launch of Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay.
The number of mobile users adopting NFC ticketing will exceed 375 million by 2022, up from an estimated 122 million globally in 2017, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
eftpos payments are now available on Android Pay, with ANZ and Cuscal being "the first Australian financial institutions to make the service available to eftpos-only cardholders".
Issued by Macquarie Bank, upmarket retailer Myer lets its customers link its new credit card to Apple Pay and Android Pay, and is reported as the first retailer to do so.
With Mexican eatery Guzman y Gomez one of the first Braintree merchants to integrate Apple Pay in Australia, it surely won’t be the last. Olé!
The number of mobile payments authenticated by biometrics is expected to triple to nearly two billion globally this year, up from just over 600 million in 2016.
Fintech analyst Juniper Research claims that Apple Pay customers will reach about 86 million this year, nearly doubling from a figure of 45 million in 2016.
Amazon Cash is targeted at an entirely different market from the other digital pay services offered by technology companies and what remained to be seen was whether it could attract any additional market share by streamlining this process, a senior official of an American payment processing company says.
Bankwest has introduced Android Pay for its customers, the bank announced on Tuesday.
Tasmanian banking group, MyState Bank, has launched a new Internet banking platform and mobile banking apps in another step in the bank’s ongoing digital transformation.
ANZ has extended its tie-up with Android Pay to its Mastercard customers from today.
The New South Wales government’s Service NSW agency has become the first government agency in Australia to adopt Google’s Android Pay service.
Google's Android Pay mobile payments system has arrived in Australia with American Express and Visa cards first off the rank, with MasterCard to be added "in a few days".
Mobile payment is the next big thing. Almost any Android, NFC enabled, smartphone has the capability to use Google’s Android Pay.
The ANZ Bank has teamed up with Google to offer Android Pay to its customers.
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