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Apple is in talks to put up the transfer of funds that would compete with the PayPal system
Apple is in talks with several large US banks for the development of digital payments system, which would allow people to send money to each other via their own, it is similar to the services provided by PayPal PayPal company and its subsidiary grows Venmo.
According to the opinions of many people familiar with the talks, it is not yet clear whether Apple will you use the credit card networks within the new service as is the case with the current service to pay through the Apple Pay phone or will be used another way.
A spokeswoman for Apple, which is based in Cupertino, Calif comment on the subject, while a spokesman for PayPal said in a statement “that the company said would welcome any development encourages people to address the embarrassment quotient when dealing with cash when you pay for friends or family.
He said spokesman PayPal “We have multiple services to make it easier including services PayPal and services grows, our services and works across multiple devices and different operating systems, as well as over the Web.”
The companies said the so-called peer-to-peer products and services including electronic payment is the loss of her, as many of these services are being used free of charge by consumers.
But companies often considered a way to get more people and push them to use Mnsathm which are built according to those services or to pay for current users to use the statute more frequently.
It is possible that the Apple company to establish such a service as a way to get more users to the current service to pay mobile Apple Pay, as well as to make the iPhone phones more useful in general in the lives of clients.
The new method of direct payment from person to person via mobile phone for consumers to use the iPhone their own phones or Apple Apple Watche hours to send money to someone else’s bank account or send a debit card may allow, and it seems logical that such payments would be arranged Apple Pay service.Viewing:-102
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