Eftpos Payments Australia (ePal)
News stories featuring Eftpos Payments Australia (ePal):
May 17th, 2016
Australian banks ANZ and Westpac are completing plans to launch Android Pay in the country “mid this calendar year”, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. “ANZ and Westpac, including its subsidiaries St George, Bank of Melbourne and Bank of South Australia, will join Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, ING Direct, Macquarie Bank and Cuscal as the first to offer Visa, MasterCard and Eftpos on Android Pay,” the publication says. Google announced its plans for an Australian launch of Android Pay in December 2015.
December 16th, 2015
Google will launch its Android Pay mobile payment service across Australia in the first half of 2016 with support from several of the country’s major financial institutions, including ANZ, Westpac, Bank of Melbourne, Bank of South Australia, Bendigo Bank, Cuscal, ING Direct, Macquarie Bank and St George. The mobile payment service has also enabled in-app payments in the US.
October 19th, 2015
PARTNER NEWS: Debit card payment network Eftpos is to use Bell ID’s Token Service Provider platform to provide secure tokenization services to the Australian payments industry. The deal will see Bell ID’s tokenization platform being integrated…
February 24th, 2014
MasterCard has agreed to acquire NFC technology provider C-Sam. “C-Sam’s on-device application and back-end infrastructure will aid development efforts to enable consumers to use MasterPass both in-store and online across multiple communications technologies, including NFC, QR, barcodes and remote checkout,” says MasterCard. C-Sam’s NFC customers include DNP, Eftpos Australia, Isis, Starhub and TrustNordics.
May 13th, 2013
Debit card network Eftpos Australia has announced a five year deal with NFC technology provider C-Sam and plans to begin mobile payment trials “with selected retailers in the next few months”. C‐Sam’s platform will enable Eftpos…
July 11th, 2011
Bruce Mansfield, managing director of debit card payments system Eftpos Payments Australia (ePal), has called on payments providers and mobile network operators to form an impartial NFC industry council, ZDNet Australia reports. Mansfield said that Eftpos…
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