and Crédit Mutuel Arkéa. Apple Pay is also continuing to gain popularity stateside. Recently, 21 American banks and credit unions threw in their support for Apple’s mobile payment platform, which uses the built-in biometric functionality of the iPhone.
PARTNER NEWS: Customers of French bank Crédit Mutuel Arkéa can now make host card emulation (HCE) based mobile payments using the bank ... to pay online without having to enter their debit/credit card information from their smartphone, tablet or.
French bank Crédit Mutuel Arkéa has chosen Moneythor’s analytical engine to be at the heart of “Max”, a personal finance assistant app for its new start-up Nouvelle Vague. Max is a mobile-only initiative of Nouvelle Vague, which operates in several.
Euro-Information Telecom SAS offers mobile virtual network services ... It also arranges for several online contests and portability services It also the operator of Crédit Mutuel Mobile and CIC Mobile. Eu.
coupons and special offers on their mobile device. The service will be rolled out across France this month with support from Crédit Mutuel, Auchan, Mastercard, Oney and Total. Lyf Pay is the result of the merger between BNP Paribas’ Wa! and Carrefour.
The new payment platform, which is set to be launched across France later this week, will allow users to make purchases using their mobile phones ... result of the merger of BNP Paribas’ Wa! and Credit Mutuel’s Fivory wallets in 2016.
Thanks to a mobile banking system launched last month in Senegal ... a satellite provider; and Crédit Mutuel du Sénégal. “[People can] load money into their account, pick up money if someone sent it to them, and also pay their bills,” says David.
and Fivory, the two French electronic wallets developed respectively by Carrefour and BNP Paribas – and Crédit Mutuel, Auchan, Mastercard, Oney and Total – are pooling their expertise to create a “single secure, multiservice, app-based mobile.
Lyf Pay, a universal mobile payment app, is being launched in France this week ... the leading players in their respective fields — BNP Paribas, Carrefour, Crédit Mutuel*, Auchan, Mastercard, Oney and Total. Developed in conjunction with retailers.
French retailer Carrefour is to begin the roll out of LyfPay, a new mobile app resulting from the merger of BNP Paribas-backed Wa! and Credit Mutuel's Fivory, which will enable customers to make instore and online payments with a single movement.