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    Semble claims New Zealand mobile wallet first Edit Post

    New Zealand payments venture Semble launched a mobile wallet app, which it claims is a first for the country and will be available to around one million smartphone users nationwide. Semble is owned by mobile network operators 2degrees, Spark and Vodafone and payments network Paymark. It is working with banks to offer the “first ever integrated mobile ...

  • vodafone visa

    Vodafone Wallet enables contactless payment Edit Post

    Following agreements with Visa and Carta Worldwide, bank card payments via Vodafone Wallet will be enabled in European markets from the second quarter of 2015, the operator announced. This means customers will be able to add bank cards to their Vodafone Wallet and use smartphones to pay for goods and services at contactless terminals, as well ...
  • paystand

    PayStand launches “first” mobile POS app for credit card, cheque and Bitcoin payments Edit Post

    PayStand launched a mobile app for iOS which it claims is “the first all-in-one mPOS (mobile point of sale) solution in the US to enable credit card, cheque and Bitcoin payments.” Merchants on the PayStand platform can accept payments on their iPhones, and get “significantly lower” transaction rates than existing POS systems, the company said. The app enables ...