Mint Wireless closes mobile payments deal with Bendigo Bank in Australia

Tuesday 23 July 2013 00:41 CET | News

Australian technology company Mint Wireless has signed a wholesale agreement with Australia-based financial service provider Bendigo Bank to offer a chip and PIN-based mobile payments solution to Australian merchants, reports.

According to the source, the agreement enables Bendigo Bank customers to access a mobile payments service that works with all payment card types, including credit, debit and electronic funds transfer at point of sale (EFTPOS).

Bendigo Bank is also piloting a payments and loyalty scheme called ‘redy’ which is set to allow users to make payments and earn cash rewards using a mobile device.

Mint Wireless counts Amalgamated Pest Control and Europe’s EasyJet Airline among its customers.

In recent news, Mint Wireless has inked a three-year contract with Australian privately-owned pest control company Amalgamated Pest Control to provide the latter with its mobile payment services. The contract’s value is estimated at USD 400.000.

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Keywords: Mint Wireless, mobile payments, Bendigo Bank
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