Mobile payments through PayPal launched at J.D. Sports

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The service will allow consumers to be able to use their accounts and smartphones for paying. J.D. Sports, a sports fashion chain in the United Kingdom, has now launched a mobile payments transaction method availability throughout all six of its brands and across 630 different stores in the country. This service uses the online service, PayPal, according to the latest reports. This new mobile payments service has made it possible for shoppers to the sports clothing store to be able to bring their purchases to the cash register and pay…

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Mobile payments are used by over half of American smartphone owners

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The CUNA has now released its latest survey data which has found that these device users are purchasing in droves. According to the latest survey data that has been released by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), among American smartphone owners, more than half have used their device for mobile payments purposes, whether it be buying a digital product online or tapping it at a checkout counter – or pretty much anything in between. The survey also showed that security remains the uppermost concern of device users making purchases. Though…

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Mobile wallet demoed to allow restaurant patrons to pay at the table

Mobile Wallets

A new integrated payments system demonstration at an Innovation event to set the bar for 2013. Cloud based mobile wallet provider, Padiant, has announced its latest solution which includes a pay at the table service for restaurants. The first demonstration of this product will occur at an event that will be held at Harvard. Later this month, the first view of the mobile wallet service will help companies, restaurants, and smartphone users to see a glimpse of the type of service that they should expect to become much more mainstream…

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Mobile commerce for holiday shopping getting revved up at many retailers

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Sears and Kmart have announced new mobile point of sale in-store efforts. Two more major players have joined the wave of retailers that are implementing in-store mobile commerce programs, as Sears and Kmart have equipped their associates with tablets and point of sale devices to help get the stores ready for the holiday shopping season. A growing number of mass merchants are making a similar effort to help beat long in-store lineups. The store associates will also be able to use their mobile devices for additional mobile commerce efforts, such…

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