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Rambus teams with eftpos for Android Pay in Australia

Rambus Inc. have announced that eftpos, the Australian domestic debit network, is using the Rambus Token Service Provider (TSP) technology to securely digitize payment cards to support Android Pay. The proven and trusted Rambus TSP platform enables eftpos to maintain consumer data securely through tokenization, which allows the replacement of sensitive data with unique reference numbers so information […]

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Rambus Teams with Google, Interac on Android Pay in Canada

Rambus Inc. has announced that it is working with Google and Interac Association / Acxsys Corporation, the organizations behind Canada’s leading payment brand, to enable Interac® Debit on Android Pay in Canada. Through the Interac Token Service Provider (TSP), which was developed in collaboration with Rambus, Interac debit cardholders can make secure mobile debit payments, […]

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Contactless payment launched on Stagecoach buses

Stagecoach has announced plans to introduce a cashless option on all its services by next January. The transportation company, Britain’s biggest bus operator, is set to introduce contactless payment technology across its entire network by the end of 2018. Passengers in Ashford, Kent, and Tyne and Wear will be able to pay for journeys using […]

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Bell ID Editorial: Launching mobile payments for Android

By Andre Stoorvogel, Head of Marketing. Mobile payments are becoming the new normal. After many years of debate, predictions and hype, many Android users even have more than one mobile payment option available to them. Google is rolling out Android Pay around the world, Samsung is matching it with Samsung Pay and a range of […]

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Android Pay comes to UK MBNA cardholders

MBNA have announced that Android Pay, by Google, is now available to their customers as the app goes live in the UK today. Android Pay will enable Android™ mobile users to seamlessly tap and pay with their phones at almost 460,000 contactless payment points in the UK, with more locations being added every day. It […]

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MBNA gets ready for Android Pay UK

Credit card expert MBNA has announced that it will be amongst the first to bring Google’s Android Pay to its customers as the countdown to its UK launch, scheduled for later in 2016, begins. UK contactless spend increased steeply in 2015, more than trebling to reach £7.75 billion. With nearly one in eight card transactions […]

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