Starbucks has now increased its mobile payment platform to include the recently launched Chase Pay on its application, which makes it compatible with four mobile pay solutions.
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After months of development and partnerships, Chase Bank has finally released its mobile payments application, Chase Pay, on the market.
Samsung, which has been trailing Apple in terms of phone manufacturers who also provide a mobile payment platform, is expanding the capabilities of Samsung Pay with the addition of an internal rewards program.
EBay, one of the oldest online retailers, is fully embracing its status as a mobile retailer as well with a newly updated app that offers expanded browsing and comparing options.
As mobile payments reach critical mass, Citibank is joining the onslaught of providers with its standalone digital wallet as a part of its quest to provide consumers with a wide array of options of interest.
Apple is promoting the expansion of Apple Pay through holiday partnerships with some major brands, including Lululemon and the New York Times.
In the middle of a tumultuous period, facing problems both financial and optical, Samsung is quietly plugging away at revamping its Samsung Pay system with a new local deals option.
Staples is attempting make mobile commerce easily accessible from any device thanks its integration of IBM’s Watson technology to introduce fast, easy ordering of office supplies from a variety of devices.
Allstate is revamping its digital payment method with QuickCard Pay, which takes over for its Fast Mobile e-Payment as its new focus for quick, mobile-ready payment options using the Mastercard Send system to help users pay their bills and receive payments on claims on any device.
Mastercard is making a strategic step forward with its Masterpass, by integrating with established mobile pay platforms such as Android Pay and Samsung Pay.