Barclaycard restaurant mobile payments let diners walk out without the wait

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Until now, to “dine and dash” meant running off without paying, but that’s about to change. Barclaycard has announced that its customers will be able to make restaurant mobile payments by simply leaving an establishment. The solution means diners can leave once they’re finished eating. It eliminates the need to wait for a bill at the end of a meal. The service has been nicknamed “Dine & Dash” because diners can leave without waiting for a bill. To use the Dine & Dash restaurant mobile payments service, customers need a…

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NFC mobile payments will be used by 1 in 4 Brits in 2017

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New research from MasterCard has predicted that over the upcoming 12 months there will be a significant shift. MasterCard has now released the results of a new research study in which it determined that NFC mobile payments will be used by one quarter of all Brits throughout the next twelve months. This will represent a considerable increase in the trend toward the use of mobile wallets in the U.K. At the moment, MasterCard’s figures show that the current rate of use of NFC mobile payments within this market is at…

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Mobile commerce is a hit with British consumers

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UK is experiencing a major increase in mobile commerce activity Mobile commerce is surging in the United Kingdom. The Office of National Statistics has released its yearly report concerning Internet usage in the UK and has found that nearly all (96%) of British adults between the ages of 16 and 24 browse the Internet from a mobile device. This demographic is noted as being “on-the-go,” and busy schedules have made people rely more heavily on their smartphones and tablets. Smartphone penetration and growing mobile networks are exposing people to mobile…

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Toyota picks up mobile payments

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Toyota teams with Barclays in order to enter into mobile commerce Toyota has begun embracing mobile payments. Toyota Financial Services, the financial arm of the automaker, has partnered with Barclays in order to allow drivers to make additional payments on their vehicles through their mobile devices. The Barclays Pingit application will be used to conduct these mobile payments. Toyota is one of the first automakers to begin taking mobile commerce more seriously and provide consumers with a way to pay for their vehicles from their smartphones and tablets. Divers can…

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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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