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  1. E-payment Hong Kong

    Commentary: Beneath the digital friendly facade, Singaporeans still reluctant to accept cashless payments

    While Singapore fosters a digital friendly environment, Singaporeans are still hesitant to accept evolving technologies, says one observer.
  2. NETS flash pay

    NETS appointed to handle transactions on unified e-payment platform at hawker centres, coffee shops

    This eliminates the need for multiple terminals or QR codes for stall holders, while customers can use 20 different e-payment options by August 2019.
  3. Top up ez-link card with Android phone

    ‘We are slow’: EZ-Link CEO on shortcomings, and going digital to stay relevant

    Mr Nicholas Lee says efforts to modernise the e-payments provider have been hampered by legacy infrastructure, but he is confident EZ-Link will ...
  4. PayNow screengrab

    Businesses, government bodies can use PayNow Corporate to transfer funds from Aug 13

  5. File picture for illustration shows credit cards

    E-payment, digital signature options for all government services by 2023

  6. A man leaves a Maybank branch in Kuala Lumpur

    Grab partners Maybank to launch mobile wallet in Malaysia

    Ride-hailing firm Grab will partner with Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank), Malaysia's biggest bank, to drive the usage and adoption of its GrabPay ...
  7. Razer file photo

    Singtel, Razer to partner on e-payments, e-sports initiatives

    Both companies say they plan to jointly organise activities such as regional invitational events to "foster a vibrant e-sports ecosystem in ...
  8. Singtel Dash

    Singtel to bring Dash mobile wallet to region, starting with Thailand

    This will allow Singtel Dash users to pay for goods and services at places like Chatuchak Market, MBK Center and Pratunam from mid-2018, says Singtel.
  9. WeChat to bring payment option to ComfortDelGro taxis from April

    WeChat to bring payment option to ComfortDelGro taxis from April

    This is part of the Chinese company’s plans to address needs of Singapore businesses first with its WeChat Pay offering, says operation director ...