What's New in Payments

Subway to accept mobile payments in 26,000 US locations

Softcard and Subway

Subway restaurants across the US are to begin accepting NFC mobile payments on 1 October, using new POS terminals that carry branding from mobile network operator-owned commerce venture Softcard. The terminals will enable the 26,000 Subway outlets in the US to accept a full range of NFC payments services, including Apple Pay, Softcard has told NFC World+. More


What's New in Payments

How Apple will generate revenues from mobile payments begins to become clear

Apple Watch

An innovative biosensor security function built into the Apple Watch and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will work in combination with NFC and tokenization to provide additional security to Apple Pay transactions, it is now becoming clear — giving Apple the ability to negotiate special deals with card issuers that will generate new revenues for the Cupertino company. More


What's New in Payments

Starbucks to expand mobile payments

Coffee giant Starbucks is to use its digital payments expertise and online presence to introduce a range of new formats and services, the company says, beginning with the introduction of mobile ordering at its first Express outlet in New York in early 2015... More