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Is Australia ready to go cashless? New survey reveals Aussies embracing mobile wallets
More than half of Australians are comfortable with the idea of a completely cashless society, according to new research.
Wontok: Are e-wallets a threat to society?
Mobile banking is the most rapidly growing way to bank; it has the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
Facebook jumps on the cryptocurrency bandwagon
Launching in 2020, Calibra and Libra may shake up the mobile payment industry.
Google Pay to replace ANZ goMoney from October
ANZ is finally rolling out Google Pay for its customers with Android devices, two years after releasing Apple Pay for iOS customers.
Tap & go: Mastercard deploys contactless payments on Sydney ferries
“Australians are continuously embracing digital payment technology, with 82% using tap-and-go to make payments every week."
Apple Pay arrives in New Zealand... but only for ANZ Bank customers
The rumours are true: Apple Pay will indeed be coming to New Zealand. But only for those with an ANZ Visa Debit or personal ANZ Visa credit card.
Apple Pay might be coming to NZ in October, but there's a catch
Reports have surfaced that Apple Pay is making its way to NZ, to be launched as early as October. However, it might only be a selective rollout.
Loyalty cards go mobile, according to new research
"Retailers that did not offer mobile integration were likely to have far lower levels of visibility on consumer activity."
ANZ updates FastPay app to include Eftpos
“This innovation is another example of how we’re listening to customers and delivering solutions that meet their changing needs.”
Semble mobile wallet does well at Innovation awards
Kiwi start up company Semble has been highly commended at the New Zealand Innovators Awards.
ANZ to release mobile wallet for Android
“Our goal is for the goMoney Wallet to be the most accessible, secure and easiest to use mobile payments solution in New Zealand.”