Displaying items by tag: Contactless

ANZ has extended its Apple Pay offering, which gives its Access Advantage Visa debit card customers "the option to choose cheque or savings accounts via eftpos with Apple Pay".

Published in Development

Promising "least-cost routing," Tyro says it offers "SMEs substantial savings on rerouted scheme debit tap-and-go payments."

Published in Development

There's no Master Chief required, but Bankwest's Halo will let you become a master shopper thanks to a payment ring, requiring no power, for a novel and fun new way to make contactless payments.

Published in Home Tech

Westpac's PayWear delivers contactless microchip payments from your account, using a silicone wristband or a ‘keeper’ device that easily attaches to an existing watch or fitness band.

Published in Home Tech

If you're one of Latitude Financial Services' 1.2 million Mastercard customers, and you own a recent Samsung smartphone, you can take a positive attitude to Samsung Pay payments.

Published in Home Tech

It's hip to be Square as the company expands its local presence, introduces "more products and services" and rolls out Square Stand availability across Australia via online and Officeworks.

Published in Apps

Global digital payments will reach $3.6 trillion this year, up from $3 trillion in 2015, which is a 20% increase, with contactless usage soaring as payment limits rise.

Published in Mobility

Listed online payments provider Mint Payments (ASX:MNW) has sealed a deal with eWAY to license Mint’s ‘card present’ capability to distribute their own mobile point of sale solution.

Published in Deals

A proof of concept sees Optus working with Visa, enabling a smartwatch linked with Apple or Android handsets to pay via the Cash by Optus app.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:04

Apple ignores established contactless payment markets

Just because Australians love iPhones and contactless payments, that doesn't mean all three go together in Apple's eyes.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 17 April 2014 13:27

Wave your arm in the air, pay and go!

In what is claimed as a wearable tech first, Australian tailor and menswear company M.J. Bale has teamed up with the Heritage Bank and Visa to create a suit with a contactless payment chip and antenna fused into the sleeve.

Retail giant Woolworths will provide contactless payment facilities at stores operating under all of its brands.

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