Amazon is reportedly looking to challenge Apple with its own mobile payments within stores
|11/21/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Amazon has been quietly working to get brick-and-mortar retailers to adopt its mobile payment system for in-store purchases, The Wall Street Journal reports.
- This move would make Amazon Pay, which is primarily used (like PayPal) for online retail purchases, more similar to the payment services from rival companies that offer in-store options, such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, and the Starbucks mobile app.
- Versions of in-store Amazon Pay are currently used at Amazon Go cashierless stores, which use “just walk out” technology to let customers pay through its app.
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