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Mobile payment solution Semble launches today
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 11:38 News, eWallet

Kiwi ingenuity, hard work and determination have paid off today as Semble, New Zealand's first mobile wallet, launched nationally.

ANZ to launch mobile wallet
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 14:54 News, eWallet

ANZ will release a mobile wallet later this year within ANZ goMoney, its own popular mobile banking app.

Study shows US consumers not aware of electronic payment options
Posted on 6-Feb-2013 09:42 News, eWallet

Low awareness, understanding of benefits and availability among retailers are among the key barriers to adoption of digital wallets.

Wellington’s Snapper up for International Technology of the Year Awards in London
Posted on 16-Jan-2013 18:47 News, eWallet

Touch2pay with Snapper Mobile has been selected in the Technology of the Year Award at the MasterCard Transport Ticketing Awards that will be announced in London on January 29th.

2degrees and Snapper partnership makes mobile payments real
Posted on 4-May-2012 08:13 News, eWallet

New partnership with Snapper lets customers pay with mobile phone instead of Snapper cards.

SmartPay and Snapper enter partnership
Posted on 28-Sep-2011 12:12 News, eWallet

SmartPay has entered into a partnership to offer the Snapper contactless payment solution on SmartPay’s retail network via the PAX terminal range.

Snapper instant payment smartcard launches in Auckland
Posted on 9-Mar-2011 17:49 News, eWallet

Service launches with support from 150 retail outlets, 1000 taxis.

Snapper wins with Auckland Transport announcement of integrated ticketing
Posted on 16-Dec-2010 15:00 News, eWallet

Snapper offers customers integrated ticketing and instant small value payments. The Snapper system in Wellington also provides valuable journey data that can be used to plan better transport services for passengers.

Snapper to enter Auckland market in 2010, targets Rugby World Cup for integrated ticketing
Posted on 1-Dec-2009 16:00 News, eWallet

From mid 2010 some Auckland buses will progressively begin accepting Snapper cards, and the technology can readily be extended to other public transport modes before the Rugby World Cup. This means that more than half of all Auckland commuters will be able to pay for their journey by using a Snapper card, and the company will be working to extend its coverage further.

Snapper spreads integrated ticketing footprint
Posted on 23-Jul-2009 17:21 News, eWallet

New Zealand’s leading smart card solution provider expands its integrated ticketing system to include taxi services as another mode of travel, providing easier, seamless travel on public transport in the greater Wellington region.