Displaying items by tag: contactless payments

The Commonwealth Bank has launched its new payment terminal ‘Smart’ which it says integrates the latest technology and customisable features to transform payments in Australia.

Published in Business Software

More than 50% of US consumers wanting to change banks would consider a digital-only bank, according to a new survey that also reveals the same findings reflected in a similar UK survey.

Published in Market

Global payment solutions provider Mastercard has worked with the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Road to enable contactless payments on the Gold Coast Light Rail network as part of a new smart ticketing solution.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Digital payments firm Visa is using the results from a survey about 'tap to phone' payments, a form of contactless payments, to call for the use of such payments to be widely accepted in Australia.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Australians are showing a greater preference for contactless payments during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to debit card provider eftpos which is claiming 400% growth of its mobile payments business.

Published in Market

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a “positive” impact on Australian consumers, according to a new study which found that just over half of consumers — or 51% — now feel more connected to their family than ever before.

Published in Health

Global contactless payment transactions values will reach nearly US$6 trillion in 2024, up from $2 trillion in 2020, according to a new report which found that increase will be driven by significant growth in OEM Pay and contactless card transaction values, especially in the US.

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American Express cards are now useable on Sydney’s contactless payments system which is being rolled out by Transport NSW.

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Sydney public transport commuters using their credit card or mobile device to ‘tap on and off’ Opal enabled train, light rail, Sydney Metro and ferry services are set to receive the same Opal travel benefits as they would using their adult Opal card.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 18 September 2018 11:37

ANZ Bank launches smartphone ATM access service

Australia’s ANZ Bank has launched a smartphone ATM access service which allows customers to access cash on the go, using only their smartphone or watch.

Published in Market

In-store contactless payments are estimated to reach US$2 trillion worldwide by 2020, with the global market driven by an explosion in the use of payment cards and mobile wallets.

Published in Mobility

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

Published in Development

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.

Published in Market

In accordance with the RBA's request, business banker Tyro says it is "offering merchants the option of lower cost debit contactless payments".

Published in Development

More than half of global transactions at PoS (Point of Sale) will be contactless within five years, a jump of 15% on this year, according to a newly published study.

Published in Market

You were told “don’t be a square” when young, but with a “first-of-a-kind” offer for mobile payments, Vodafone wants you to think inside the Square.

Published in Accounting Software

At long last, Mastercard and Transport NSW have launched the first Australian contactless ticketing payment using Mastercard’s contactless cards or smartphone mobile wallets.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 08:19

Samsung Pay gears up

Users of Samsung Galaxy devices which are compatible with the Samsung Gear S2 or new Gear S3 can now use Samsung Pay at outlets in Australia.

Published in Mobility

The global value of contactless POS (point of sale) terminal transactions, conducted in-store via cards, mobile and wearables, is exploding worldwide and by next year the value of transactions will soar to a whopping US$500 billion annually – up from an estimated US$321 billion for 2016.

Published in Mobility

The global value of contactless Point of Sale (POS) terminal transactions is surging, with the value of all transactions around the world expected to reach US$500 billion annually by the end of 2017, up from US$321 billion this year, according to Juniper Research.

Published in Market
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