Google has announced that its smartphone payment system, Android Pay, will be launched in the UK in the next few months.
As part of its commitment to creating a seamless customer experience, Santander is pleased has announced it is to be the first UK bank to launch voice banking.
Monzo, the start-up which is hoping to turn its app in to a fully-fledged bank later in the year, has launched to the public.
The BBC has developed a budget calculator to help you work out whether you’re better or worse off as a result of today’s budget.
Amazon is the latest company looking to use selfies to authorise payments, according to a recent patent application.
Tossed will open two new cash-free stores this week: Coleman Street and Upper Thames Street. Both are fitted with self-service kiosks instead of manned tills, and will take payment by credit or debit card, contactless and Apple Pay instead of cash.
To mark the giant leap in cashless payments, MBNA have created a 3-part series of infographics that shows how far we’ve come towards becoming a cashless society and what lies in store for the future of money.
Google is now trialling an app which enables “hands free” payments, allowing users to leave their wallets and phones in their pockets at the checkout.
For the next couple of Mondays (7th & 14th March 2016), Apple Pay users travelling on Transport for London services can get their fares paid for them by MasterCard.
A new study has found that the number of consumers making contactless payments via their mobiles will reach 148 million this year, with Apple and Samsung together accounting for nearly 70% of new customers.