Article

  Comment(0)

 
Share:    Email  

Barclays opens Pingit mobile payment system to all businesses

Antony Savvas, Computerworld UK

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 20:59

Barclays has extended the service, launched this February, to enable all of its business customers to send and receive payments via a mobile phone number.

The Barclays Pingit mobile payment system, which can be seen as a rival to PayPal, has been extended to all businesses, not just sole traders.

Thousands of small businesses are already benefiting from faster payments by using Barclays Pingit, which allows firms to easily and rapidly make and receive payments via a mobile phone number.

Barclays has extended the service, launched this February, to enable all of its business customers to send and receive payments. Business customers of other UK banks can register to receive payments only. In response to demand, limits have also been changed for business users, allowing unlimited payments to be received (previously capped at £5,000 per day).
Read the full story by clicking the link below
http://www.computerworlduk.com/news/mobile-wireless/3359500/barclays-opens-pingit-mobile-p aymen....
 
Tags: Mobile Money Transfer, EMEA, Mobile Payment, UK, Barclays, Pingit

Sponsored Links
 

 

  Article

   Comments(0)

 
Login or register to post comments
[Show comment]

Stay Connected

 
Sign Up for the Latest in:
 
 
Mobile Money Transfer
Mobile Commerce
Micro Finance
Mobile Technology
EMEA
APAC
Mobile Payments
Mobile Banking
Mobile Marketing
Global
Americas
Company
(*)
 

MOST POPULAR

HEADLINES

1. Apple eyes mobile payments with wallet app for iPhone 6
2.Big Gap Between Awareness And Usage Of Digital Wallets
3.Can Tencent win the mobile commerce battle with Alibaba?
4.10 things bitcoin won’t tell you
5.Visa invests in LoopPay, mobile payments that work with old credi

FEATURED COMPANIES

MOST POPULAR

BLOGS


 
 

Mobile Financial News from around the web

 
 
 

Inside the DonRiver Network