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Although cash has always been the usual method of payment for London’s famous black cabs, from October 2016 you will be able to take a ride in any of the approximately 22’500 licensed iconic vehicles and pay using your credit or debit card. As of early 2016, only around 50% of [...]
Google's first take on mobile payment did not pan out well for the company. Google Wallet never appealed to the masses as its privacy issues security holes never really allowed it to take off. The second take, Android Pay, looks more rewarding. With more than one billion active Android [...]
The iZettle Pro Contactless card reader has been discontinued, so details in this article are no longer updated. iZettle now offers a newer model, called iZettle Reader, to all new customers. After disrupting the European mPOS market with its free card reader Lite, mobile payment processor [...]
After an initial slow start, contactless payment technology is now dramatically increasing in uptake across the UK market. Retailers and small businesses, take note if you want to stay relevant in today’s rapidly evolving business environment! The year when contactless payment volume exploded in the UK 2014 was a big [...]
Norwegians love payment cards. People hardly carry cash anymore when they can pay for anything from a coffee to daily groceries with their debit or credit cards. So why bother with a mobile wallet when payment cards are easy to carry? While Norwegians are usually ahead of the curve in [...]
The advent of the smartphone is resulting in a revolution that few would have predicted when they first started to make their arrival on the world stage just a few short years ago. Who would have foreseen how they would revolutionize the way we pay for everything or the way [...]
The growth in these areas of mobile payments is set to increase in line with the number of smartphone sales around the world. According to the latest research from Gartner, published on 14 February 2012, total smartphone sales in 2011 reached 472 million units and accounted for 31 per cent [...]