Alternative Payments Gain Traction in New Zealand, Says Timetric in Its Mew Report Published at MarketPublishers.com01 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Innovation has become a focus of banks in New Zealand since they aim at improving services for business as well as individual customers. E.g., a digital platform was launched in H1 2015 by Westpac.
One more financial organisation, ANZ, has released an update of its mobile banking app in October 2015 which was launched two years earlier.
Tourists and Chinese students represent the largest pool of overseas residents in the country. ANZ initiated to accept UnionPay payment cards at its POS terminals and ATMs in order to improve services for this category of customers.
Besides, ANZ is also the very first bank in New Zealand that started accepting Quick Pass.
Alternative payments are also increasing in popularity in the country due to growing availability of new payment options.
E.g., the Visa Checkout online payment service was launched in the country in late 2015. goMoney wallet was also launched by ANZ bank in the same month.
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