The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) will offer customers Apple Pay in January, it announced today.
Square's old-school magstripe card reader, the one that plugs into an iPhone, will still work with the iPhone 7.
Samsung has thrown its hat in the mobile payment ring with a new contactless offering that lets Citibank and American Express credit card customers pay for products and services in-store with their smartphones.
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