With digital payments on the rise in India, Google is making its foray into this segment with Tez, an all-new payments service designed for the Indian market. Here's all you need to know to get started with Google's latest payments service.
Mobile payments systems are at best flakey and at worst a gimmick. If we really want to stop pulling cards out of our wallet to pay for everything, we can do it. We have the technology. We just have to start thinking beyond the watch.
Android Pay is now live in Ireland for AIB and KBC customers, with support for more banks set to be added in the coming months. With Android Pay, customers in the country will be able to pay with their phones at thousands of retail stores, including Eason, McDonald’s, Tesco, SPAR, Londis, and more.
Alongside Google's initiative to have Android Pay be a standalone mobile payment solution for e-commerce sites, it has also today announced a deal that will let Android Pay users use their payment method anywhere that Visa Checkout and Mastercard Masterpass are accepted.
Google is determined to not let Android Pay whither on the vine. Confident in keeping its expansion going, Google has announced several important updates to the Android Pay experience this week. At the root of it all is adding more banks, with Chase now on board in the U.S. for its most popular cards (Freedom, Slate, Sapphire, etc.), and both Santander and TSB coming on board in the...