Payment app Lydia adds Apple Pay support

Thursday 7 December 2017 11:06 CET | News

Lydia, a France-based startup, has partnered with Apple Pay to allow users to spend their balance from the app wherever Mastercard and Apple Pay are accepted.

User will be able to process mobile payments without the need of a credit card; the solution can work for users who have an existing physical Lydia Mastercard, launched in 2016, to make it possible for users to pay with their balance without having to wait for inbound funds to pass the SEPA transfer process.

Users can add their physical Lydia Mastercard; if yusers don’t have a card, they can also generate a virtual one via the Lydia app itself.

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Keywords: Lydia, Apple Pay, Mastercard, mobile payments, credit card, France
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: World
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