Chinese mobile payments giant Alipay is attempting to spread its influence in a big way by partnering with an Australian payments provider to launch Alipay in the country’s stores.
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Western Union, one of the preeminent money-sharing platforms, is updating its business model with a strategic investment in mobile payments, signaling a step towards a more modern approach to money-sharing and payments.
PayPal is bringing a little extra personality to the relatively impersonal process of money sharing between consumers by bringing in designer Jonathan Adler to design some colorful e-gift cards to share for the holiday season.
Papa John’s is the latest retailer to incorporate the Visa Checkout option on payments, but its full-bodied accompanying campaign is what makes the pizza delivery service stand apart.
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.
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.