Google launches Android Pay in the US

Android Pay

Google has begun rolling out its Android Pay mobile payment platform across the US today. In-store NFC mobile payments using the system will be possible at more than one million locations within the next few days, with in-app payments and loyalty expected later this year. More



PayPal explains why it’s buying mobile wallet provider Paydiant

Anuj Nayar

“What Paydiant has is a clarity of focus on mobile and how large merchants need to utilise mobile to connect with their customers — they’re a small company doing that very successfully with some really cool brands,” Anuj Nayar, senior director of global initiatives at PayPal, has told NFC World as the payment giant prepares to complete its acquisition of the payments platform provider for a reported US$280m... More









Subway USA goes contactless

Seven thousand Subway restaurants in the US are to be equipped to accept payments via contactless cards and NFC phones by the end of the first quarter of 2012, MasterCard has announced... More








NFC news in brief • 15 Nov 2010

Qantas next gen check-in

News in brief from the NFC world and beyond: Banks deploy OTP cards • Qantas expands next generation check-in • Visa and Gap tie coupons to purchasing • iPhone users max their cards • Subway picks Facecash • Nokia retrieves Symbian • Mobile coupons gain ground • Barclays reports contactless stats • and more… More


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