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How Mobile Payments Are Taking Over eCommerce


The new way of purchasing goods and services is through Mobile Payments whether you are shopping online or in-store. As millions of users start to use mobile payments each year, it is projected that 4.8 billion people will be completing transactions through mobile payments by 2025. What Are Mobile Payments?

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Trends Analysis: The State of Mobile Payment


Debit and credit cards are now the most popular choice for consumers, but even these trusted payment methods are under threat. Electronic and mobile payment solutions are proliferating. Are mobile payment apps the future of online and in-store payments, or are they a bubble waiting to burst? Samsung Pay.


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The Top 3 Mistakes in Mobile Payment Systems


As more and more consumers use their mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) to shop, it has become increasingly important for savvy companies to invest in mobile payment systems.

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Top 7 Mobile Payment Options You Should Provide


So, how do you know which mobile checkout options are going to satisfy your customers? To help, we’ve put together a list of the top seven options to include on your store’s mobile checkout pages. Top Seven Mobile Payment Options for Ecommerce Websites. For ecommerce retailers, offering PayPal is a no-brainer.

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Sam’s Club Deploys AI-Powered Computer Vision to Speed Payment Confirmation

Retail TouchPoints

After a customer pays at a register or via the Scan & Go mobile payment solution, a combination of computer vision and digital technology deployed in stores’ exit areas captures images of their cart and verifies payment for all items within a shopper’s basket.

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Google Pay to Add BNPL Options Early in 2024

Retail TouchPoints

Google Pay will make buy now, pay later (BNPL) options available for online and mobile payments in the U.S. Google Pay has partnered with Affirm and Australia-based Zip and will begin offering their pay-in-four services on Android devices early in 2024.

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WhatsApp adds mobile payments in Brazil


Shoppers in the country can now use the Facebook-owned app to browse merchants' product catalogs and make direct payments.