The mobile wallet has become the number 1 mobile payment processor with 36% US retailers that accept the payment method followed by Paypal at 34%.
Today the article is about payments but not on Mobile : Google as released a very cool feature called Google Wallet. At first, you might think hey, this was the first name of their mobile wallet that they renamed Android Pay but no, Google Wallet is about making payments on the web by just signing-in in your Google account and enter the mail of the beneficiary.
Good news to start the week, the giant Sainsbury’s confirmed that it will support contactless payments in its stores by the end of 2016.
Android Pay and Google Wallet are going to be gathered under one brand: Google Pay.
The objective is to bring all Google payments methods under a single one to make it easier for consumers.
ALDI a leading global discount supermarket chain with over 10,000 stores in 18 countries, announced this week it will now accept all forms of contactless payments, including Apple Pay, Android Pay at all of its nearly 1,700 stores in the United States.
After Airline companies, rental cars are following the trend of mobile wallets.
When making a booking with Europcar app, the number one car hire company in Europe gives you the possibility to store your reservation in Apple Wallet at the end of your booking!
Good news for the #Mobilepayments : Millennials have pioneered the adoption of both mobile banking and payments but adoption of mobile payments has also been rising among older adults over the past months.
According to the study of NTT DATA, 48% of American consumers are interested in mobile payments but there seems to be some hesitation in using the tool.