Mobile Payment

  1. Apple Pay

    Apple Pay is a mobile payment service that lets certain Apple mobile devices make payments at retail and online checkout. It intends to digitize and replace the credit or debit magnetic stripe card transaction at credit card terminals.
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  2. Google Wallet

    Google Wallet is a mobile payment system developed by Google that allows its users to store debit cards, credit cards, loyalty cards, and gift cards among other things, as well as redeeming sales promotions on their mobile phone.[citation needed][1] Google Wallet can use near field communication (NFC) to "make secure payments fast and convenient by simply tapping the phone on any PayPass-enabled terminal at checkout."
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  3. Paypal

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  4. Softcard

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  5. CurrentC

    CurrentC mobile wallet is a free downloadable app that lets customers securely save, earn participating merchant loyalty rewards and pay across our growing network of merchants. Unlike some alternative mobile payment platforms, CurrentC uses - among other types of acceptance technologies - QR codes at the cashier and customer phone level to present a secure transaction token (as opposed to a payment credential one). As a result, no real payment credentials are ever stored on the phone or passed to the retailer. CurrentC will support a wide range of payment types, including retailer private label charge cards, gift cards, ACH (Automated Clearing House) and potentially others as they have publicly stated that they are open to working with banks. Technology company Paydiant is providing the mobile wallet, payment, offer and loyalty capabilities.
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  6. BankWalletKakao

    Daum Kakao partnered with the Korea Financial Telecommunications and Clearings Institute (KFTC) and 16 Korean banks to launch BankWalletKakao, a mobile banking service that incorporates KakaoTalk’s ubiquitous messaging platform. A standalone app available in Korea for both Android and iOS, BankWalletKakao lets KakaoTalk users convenient and secure access to bank transfers, online payments, and ATM cards.
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