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🇫🇷 France 🇫🇷 increases contactless payment limit to 30€

Since October 1st, contactless payments terminals in France are now able to accept payments up to 30 Euros!

And the winner is ...

Apple Pay!
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%.

Another bank adopting Apple Pay in France ! 📲

The french bank La Société Générale will soon propose its clients the option to pay with Apple Pay! The purpose of this new payment method for the bank is to ease clients' everyday's life and complete their panel of offers in terms of mobile payments. The date of release has not been communicated yet.

ALDI now accepts #MobilePayments in the USA 🇺🇸

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.

Optimistic estimations about #MobilePayments in the US

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.

What is it that’s holding consumers back from using mobile payments?

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.

Do you guess what is on the retailers' tech priority list?

The research has been conducted among 300 retail IT managers and c-level professionals in the U.S. and U.K.

Personal Mobile Payments on the Rise in Europe

According to a Forrester research, Mobile Payments are finally taking off in Europe thanks to the increasing consumer awareness and growing retailer interest in mobile payment options.

Contactless payments are strong among Public Transports of London

The numbers are impressive, millions of customers across London are using quick and easy contactless payment technology to get around the Capital reveals TfL.
Contactless payments have been accepted on London Buses since December 2012 to cover Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, and most National Rail services.

New opportunities for Mobile Payments : The Apps

A NTT DATA and Ingenico E-payments report found that half of the fastest-growing companies offer in-application purchases and mobile payment options.

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