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Research Shows Brits Familiar with Contactless Symbol - Daily Deal Media

Research Shows Brits Familiar with Contactless Symbol - Daily Deal Media | Payments 2.0 | Scoop.it
Daily Deal MediaResearch Shows Brits Familiar with Contactless SymbolDaily Deal MediaIt seems the Brits are liking the idea of paying for items whenever they come across the contactless payments symbol.
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Pay-by-mobile service shocks Barclays rivals

Pay-by-mobile service shocks Barclays rivals | Payments 2.0 | Scoop.it
Rival banks are scrambling to start mobile phone money transfer systems after Barclays wrong-footed the industry last week by launching a revolutionary new product.
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UK: Contactless Payments Pass 1 Million Transactions Per Month - Techonthego

UK: Contactless Payments Pass 1 Million Transactions Per Month - Techonthego | Payments 2.0 | Scoop.it

Barclaycard recorded the payments milestone in July, using figures from itself and Barclays, which has issued more than 90% of the contactless cards on the market.More than 80% of people can identify the contactless symbol, almost double the proportion compared with similar research carried out a year ago, the study found. Some 61% of those surveyed said they prefer using cards over cash to buy items costing up to £20.

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Mobile Payments: Barclays' Pingit Pushes Future Tech Into Now | Fast Company

Mobile Payments: Barclays' Pingit Pushes Future Tech Into Now | Fast Company | Payments 2.0 | Scoop.it

"Pingit is a smartphone app that lets anyone with a Barclays account and a cell phone send out and receive cash without having to swap long, complex bank numbers (which you'd probably want to protect under most circumstances anyway)--all you need is a phone number or a name."

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