Google is trying to unify its payment systems, which is a pretty un-Google thing to do (don’t get Google fans started on its chat apps). But so far, Google Pay has been a good move from the previous iterations of Android Pay and Google Wallet.
Google has introduced another payment app called Tez. And before people start crying foul comparing this to Google’s numerous chat apps, this isn’t quite the same. This app is meant strictly for the Indian market.
Tez is built on India’s Unified Payment Interface standard and aims to replace cash in a country where ... Read More »
If you bought a Motorola device in the last few years directly from Motorola via a payment plan, you signed up for Moto Credit (which was run by Comenity). Unfortunately, the service is now closing, as are all Moto Credit accounts.
Before you ask, no, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to pay your balance ... Read More »
The physical Google Wallet Card was an awesome idea. It’s a regular card like your debit card, but it’s filled using the Google Wallet app. You can use it for purchases without fees, and if it’s out of money, you pull out your phone and refill it. I always kept it empty and in my ... Read More »
Google Wallet has long supported multiple credit cards, but strangely it was limited to only one bank account. With the latest app update, that restriction is finally gone, so you can add multiple bank accounts to the app. For extra security, a “Lock Now” button has also been added to the drawer, which bypasses the ... Read More »
Samsung Pay launched not long ago, supported by a few new Samsung phones and AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile here in the United States. Missing, of course was Verizon, which didn’t come as much of a surprise to most people.
We always said that the key to mobile payment adoption was for Apple to debut its own version. Of course, we were right. When Apple debut Apple Pay, more locations suddenly wanted to support NFC payments. One of those places is Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Stores in Disney World will support NFC payments ... Read More »
It’s been a crazy day in the mobile world today. This morning, Google gave us a glimpse at the future of mobile commerce, and how we’ll eventually get rid of our wallets, keys, cash, and credit cards. The company announced Google Wallet, Google Offers, and even a new Google credit card named Google Prepaid ... Read More »