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U.S. Bank links corporate Visa cards to m-payment services

Wednesday 22 March 2017 | 13:49 CET | News
U.S. Bank announced that its corporate customers can start making mobile payments with their Visa cards over Apple Pay, Android Pay or Samsung Pay. The company said this is a first in the US market. Select U.S. Bank commercial clients can add their U.S. Bank Corporate Travel Card to their mobile payment app service now. A wider launch to all commercial clients is scheduled later this spring.

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