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Nium Teams With Aspire To Enable Google Pay

Aspire, the first business neobank in Southeast Asia, unveiled plans to go “plastic-less” via the issuance of Visa corporate cards with the help of FinTech firm Nium. The tie-up will also make all Aspire cards available on Google Pay, according to an announcement.

“Making Aspire’s corporate cards available on Google Pay allows Aspire corporate card users to experience a fully digital experience,” Aspire CEO and Co-Founder Andrea Baronchelli said in the announcement. “From account opening to managing the finances, everything can be done within the Aspire app.”

“Business owners can set custom limits on expenses without having to worry about manual expense reconciliation,” Baronchelli also noted.

The end-to-end issuing, processing and onboarding offerings of Nium let clients of the neobank have another choice for finishing their payments through Google Pay on Visa-accepted terminals. Those who own companies can now “go green” and

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Google Pay ties up with Visa to enable digital token transactions, NFC payments

Users can use their debit or credit card to make payments through a secure digital token attached to their phone.

New Delhi: Google Pay on Monday announced the rollout of tokenisation across its platform that will enable users to safely transact with their debit or credit cards. Through tokenisation, Google Pay Android users can use their debit or credit card to make payments through a secure digital token attached to their phone without having to physically share their credit or debit card details.

The feature will also facilitate use of tap-to-pay feature on near-field communications (NFC)-enabled point of sale (PoS) terminals and online merchants, a statement said.

 

“Working in close partnership with Visa and banking partners, this feature is now available to all users of Axis and SBI Card, with Kotak and more banks expected to follow suit very soon,” it added.

The feature also works with online merchants, delivering

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SBI Card collaborates with Google to enable cardholders to make payments through Google Pay – Odisha Breaking News | Odisha News | Latest Odisha News

Mumbai: SBI Card, India’s largest pure-play credit card issuer, today announced its collaboration with Google to enable cardholders to use their SBI Credit Cards on the Google Pay platform. SBI Credit Card users will now be able to make card payments using Google Pay app on their Android smartphones. Cardholders can make safe and secure payments using Google Pay in three modes- via Tap and Pay at NFC enabled PoS terminals, by scanning Bharat QR code at the merchant as well as online payments, without using the physical credit card. This launch is in line with SBI Card’s endeavour to promote zero contact, digital forms of payments for a safe and enhanced customer experience.

SBI Cardholders can make payment using Google Pay via three modes:
Tap & Pay:
• User simply unlocks his/her android smartphone and taps on NFC enabled POS to make payment
• User’s android smartphone should have

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Mastercard, NI enable sonic identity for payments

Mastercard and its strategic partner Network International (NI), a leading enabler of digital commerce in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, have announced an initiative to enhance digital payments in the UAE with sonic capabilities.

Together, Network International and Mastercard will offer new technology that allows for the Mastercard sonic identity to be played by Network’s N-Genius TM Point-of-Sale (PoS) terminals to indicate the successful completion of every transaction.

Launched in early 2019, Mastercard introduced its sonic brand as the next frontier for brand expression and a powerful way to create an emotional and culturally relevant connection with consumers. To ensure its sonic sound would resonate with people the world over, Mastercard tapped musicians, artists and agencies from across the globe to help adapt and test its melody.

Both companies have initiated the UAE roll out with the aim to enable over 22,000 N-Genius PoS terminals across the country

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