Fifth Third Bank’s Touch ID integration comes in response to customer requests as the tech becomes more widely accepted thanks to how it makes users feel secure and brings added convenience.
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The staying power of consumers’ wariness regarding security and digital wallets has prompted a slew of brands to enable customers to make mobile purchases using loyalty points, a trend likely to catch fire in 2016.
Chase plans to install new card-free ATM machines this year, enabling customers to withdraw funds and complete other financial transactions using their smartphones.
Southern California’s commuter rail service Metrolink is the latest public transit system to board the mobile ticketing train, as the transportation industry as a whole moves towards untethered digital systems.
JetBlue is buckling in MasterCard’s MasterPass platform as it ramps up to maximize sales made via the airline’s mobile application, showcasing the necessity of offering travelers multiple payment options.
Growing adoption of Starbucks’ Mobile Order & Pay program is a boon for the chain during the morning rush, when use increases and accounts for about 10 percent of transactions.
NEW YORK – A Panera Bread executive at the NRF 105th Annual Convention & Expo revealed how the quick service restaurant marketer is planning to integrate its popular loyalty program with Apple Pay, following success with early adoption of the payment service.
Mobile payments are proving to be an effective tool for the modern mom, who is increasingly tech-savvy and eager to embrace the convenience that smartphones bring to her hectic life.
Walmart.com, Walgreens and NFL Shop are among the latest retailers implementing Visa Checkout to drive mobile conversions, with 45 percent of the solution’s users completing purchases on mobile devices.
Starbucks is maximizing the number of users on its mobile payments application by extending its capabilities to include Visa Checkout, exhibiting the growth of Visa’s platform.