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Quality over security for Kiwi online shoppers
“In a sense, the more people shop online, the more comfortable they are, leading to more online shopping.”
payWave finally comes to the supermarket
Supermarket chain Countdown will now offer Visa payWave on Debit as an option for its customers, it was announced today.
Visa and Kiwi students, exploring payment technology
“New Zealanders are among the world’s earliest adopters of new technology, and Visa operates in a rapidly changing environment."
Snapchat jumps in to the peer-to-peer payment ring
Snapchat has partnered with Square to launch Snapcash, a feature that allows uses to quickly message money to each other.
Pay it isn’t so… Apple inks iPhone 6 credit cards deal
Apple is joining forces with American Express, Visa and MasterCard to offer a new smartphone payments system for the soon to be released iPhone 6.
Contactless payments fast becoming ‘everyday’ for Kiwis
New Zealanders are increasingly using contactless cards to pay for purchases under $80, choosing to "wave and go" for everyday shopping such as filling their petrol tank or shopping trolley.
Visa payWave transactions hits one million monthly milestone
For the first time New Zealanders made more than one million Visa payWave transactions last month, marking a significant milestone since contactless cards were launched in 2011.
Kiwis ditch cash for contactless payments
Cheques, cash and charge cards are becoming endangered species as Kiwis move away from those more traditional payment methods, with many giving contactless payments a go.
Will contactless payments help Kiwis jump queues?
New innovations such as contactless payment technology will speed up every day shopping and cut down the time people spend queuing.
Are tech advancements making Kiwis busier?
Technology saves us six hours a week in time, but New Zealanders are still feeling the pressure…
The credit card is dead, long live the digital wallet
MasterCard and Visa signal a shift in strategy, moving towards mobile payments and the beginning of the post-card era.