Mobile Payments

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Accepting mobile payments gives customers a convenient way to pay that’s quick, and built into their daily routine. Whether you’re an established business owner or just starting out, we have the expertise to help you take advantage of the latest technologies.

  • Meet customer needs. Embrace emerging digital payment technologies and position your business as an innovator.
  • Similar to accepting cards. Processing and payment are effectively the same as for traditional in person sales just faster and more efficient.
  • Enhance security. Tokenization technology uses a unique virtual account number instead of the real account information.

Customers set up Apple Pay® by adding cards on enabled devices and can use Apple Pay:

At your location

  • Contactless payments. Near Field Communication (NFC) technology lets Apple Pay enabled devices communicate when held near your NFC-enabled point-of-sale system.

Within your app or Safari® browser

  • Pay from almost anywhere. Owners of eligible Apple Pay enabled devices can also pay for purchases using your mobile app or Safari browser with the “Buy with Apple Pay” button.
  • Convenient checkout. Apple Pay transmits both payment and shipping information automatically.

Customers set up Google PayTM by adding cards on enabled devices and can use Google Pay:

At your location

  • Contactless payments. Near Field Communication (NFC) technology lets Google Pay enabled devices communicate when held near your NFC-enabled point-of-sale system.

Within your app or ChromeTM mobile browser

  • Pay from almost anywhere. Android mobile device owners can also pay for purchases using your mobile app or Chrome mobile browser.
  • Convenient checkout. Google Pay transmits both payment and shipping information automatically.

Customers set up Samsung Pay by adding cards on enabled devices and can use Samsung Pay:

At your location

  • Contactless payments . Near Field Communication (NFC) technology lets Samsung Pay enabled devices communicate when held near your NFC-enabled point-of-sale system.

For maximum compatibility

  • Samsung Pay uses Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST), which sends a magnetic signal from a compatible device to the point-of-sale (POS) system’s card reader. MST payments don’t require a POS upgrade, which makes Samsung Pay compatible with nearly all POS systems.

Wells Fargo Wallet is the easy way for millions of Wells Fargo Visa cardholders to pay. It’s built in to their current Wells Fargo Mobile® Android app, so there’s no new app to download, and no need to set up their cards.

Customers have the same checkout experience as other mobile payment types. Here’s how it works:

  • Contactless payments. Wells Fargo Wallet uses industry-standard Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to work with all NFC-enabled point-of-sale systems.
  • Integrated convenience. Customers can easily track their balance information from within the app.

Ready to get started with mobile payments? We offer unparalleled expertise, support and payment processing solutions to help you adopt today’s most popular payment options, and to be ready for the technologies of the future. 

New customers

Speak with a Merchant Sales Consultant at 1-866-380-9828 and learn how you can streamline your payment processing from start to finish — and accept the latest mobile payments. Or, Get a Quote

Existing Merchant Services customers

Call 1-800-451-5817 to discuss how you can upgrade your service and equipment to support mobile payments.

If your point-of-sale equipment features the NFC acceptance symbol (and possibly, even if it doesn’t), your equipment may support mobile payments. However, you may need a software update.

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