The new account-based ticketing system will also be extended to mobile payment modes, such as Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay, from the first quarter of next year under the Mastercard trial, the Land Transport Authority said on Monday, September 11.
Bendigo Bank of Australia and Indian YES Bank bring Samsung Pay, a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Samsung, to its customers, giving them greater choice and the flexibility they’re looking for.
The State Bank of India (SBI) and Samsung India unveiled on Tuesday that users of SBI debit cards will now be able to conduct payments using Samsung Pay.
The London-based financial technology startup will enable customers in the United States to transfer money via its platform using Apple Pay.
Spain gets Android Pay, which will allow its customers to use their Visa and MasterCard debit or credit card with BBVA to conduct payments with their mobile phones.
Currently, LG Pay is restricted to the LG G6 and LG G6 Plus in South Korea but hopes to enter the international market soon.
After several delays, LG successfully launches its mobile payment service in South Korea with plans to expand to other countries.
The mobile payment platform will become available in Canada by the end of the month, following the launch of the service in Russia this week.
According to Jennifer Bailey, head of Apple’s payment arm, the users of the app can make limitless mobile payments at the majority of vendors around the country.
Samsung Pay becomes available for customers in the UK starting May 16, two years after the service was first introduced in 2015.
The new payment platform, which is set to be launched across France later this week, will allow users to make purchases using their mobile phones.
Ant Financial, the operator of Alipay, is expanding its mobile payments platform into the United States market, following limited trials in California and New York.