China-based cross-border payment services provider, iPayLinks, has announced its entry into the Middle East fintech space.
Android phone users in the UAE can now make “secure and contactless” payments with Google Pay.
Mastercard has been named as the official payments technology partner of Expo 2020 Dubai with the aim of creating personalised, seamless and cashless experience for millions of visitors from around the world.
Abu Dhabi Police GHQ has launched the third generation of the smart teller kiosks (Sahl) in a number of ADNOC service stations (ADNOC Oasis) and integrated services centres (Tam) across the capital.
India’s top court has asked WhatsApp to respond to a petition that alleges it breaches certain Indian regulations, Reuters reported.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently enabled payment of fees using Near Field Communication (NFC) technology of smartphones and devices at Customer Happiness Centres.
The Middle East region is going through an exciting phase, with the UAE claiming 15th rank in the Euromonitor International’s Digital Consumer Index 2017 and highest among emerging markets, underlining the government’s commitment to transforming the society and the industries digitally and seamlessly for the future.
Niranj Sangal, group CEO, OMA Emirates, draws out the developments in the mobile payment industry and elaborates on Ingenico partnership. …
NBAD has announced that it will now offer real time cross border payments on blockchain technology, a move that is intended to facilitate regional customers with simple, real time and secure way to process their overseas payments.
OMA Emirates has announced its investment into India based MobiSwipe, a company that specializes in Mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) solutions.