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.
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While more than 90 percent of millennials use mobile banking more than any other mobile service, including shopping, three quarters are not satisfied with their overall experience, according to a new a report.
Mobile Minutes: T-mobile a target; Silicon Valley gives up on cars; AT&T streaming; Big numbers for ride hailingOctober 26, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – T-Mobile seen as top target following AT&T-Time Warner deal; Silicon Valley decides it’s just too hard to build a car; AT&T will launch $35-per-month streaming TV with 100+ channels; Huge numbers for ride-hailing companies.
Mobile Marketer today – Under Armour looks forward with new multichannel campaign for the Curry 3; Revolve and Teleflora among the first brands using Criteo’s new predictive search function.
Performance used to be synonymous with BMW, convenience was a personal shopper at Bergdorf Goodman, and on-demand meant Jeeves bringing up a bottle from the cellar.
Mastercard is making a strategic step forward with its Masterpass, by integrating with established mobile pay platforms such as Android Pay and Samsung Pay.
A collection of the biggest names in American banking, including JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo are all partnering to add integration with a new mobile payments network called Zelle, competing with the dominant force in the industry, Venmo.
Mobile Minutes: Samsung’s woes, Apple’s gain; IoT security; Microsoft Surface success; Time Warner and AT&TOctober 25, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Apple hopes to benefit from Samsung smartphone woes; A new era of Internet attacks powered by everyday devices; Forget MacBook Pro competition, Microsoft’s Surface has found success; Time Warner, AT&T shares fall amid concerns over deal clearance.
Recent studies suggest that recommendations from social influencers hold as much weight as those made by family and friends.
As the holidays approach, mobile has the ability to make or break retailers’ peak shopping season.