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PayPay reaches 15 million smartphone payment users milestone

Friday 4 October 2019 | 08:42 CET | News
M-payments platform PayPay, a joint venture between SoftBank and Yahoo Japan, has announced it has reached 15 million users of its smartphone payment service. PayPay ended August with 10 million users, 1 million stores, and 100 million transactions. PayPay also reports there are currently 1.5 million merchants that accept PayPay and the transaction number is increasing on a daily basis in line with the increase of number of users and merchants, recording 170 million cumulative transactions since the launch of the service in 2018.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Softbank / Yahoo / Yahoo Japan
Countries: Japan
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