Afterpay, Apple Pay and Google Pay are driving the adoption of new digital payment services according to a new report that shows an increasing proportion of Australians are utilising new digital payment methods such as buy-now-pay-later services, contactless mobile payments and wearable payment devices.
A first-of-its-kind feature in Australia has launched through Samsung Pay and comparison service Finder, promising to take "shopping for credit cards to the next level of convenience" via Samsung's "Samsung Pay" digital wallet mobile payment app.
Global payments platform Finablr and Samsung Electronics America have launched a Money Transfer feature in Samsung Pay, whereby users in the US can send money to people in 47 other countries. At the moment, the feature is available within the US, but there are plans to extend it to other countries next year.
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