05/04/2012: Sage Pay, American Express, First Data, OneCard.net, Dare’n’Deal

Sage Pay launches mobile card payment service in the UK

UK-based payment services provider Sage Pay has launched a new mobile payment service for small businesses dubbed Sage Pay Mobile.

The Sage Pay Mobile service enables businesses without a fixed location to accept card payments using mobile phones to authorise transactions. The handheld terminal connects to merchants’ smartphones via Bluetooth and encrypts the data from customers’ cards at source.

AmEx, First Data extend OnePoint program

American Express and US-based electronic commerce and payment processing company First Data have extended their OnePoint program, which offers American Express card acceptance as part of an integrated service for small and medium-sized merchants.

Under this program, third-party service agents provide American Express payment processing services. First Data provides payment processing services to merchants on behalf of American Express for American Express card transactions.

OneCard, Dare’n’Deal enter payment deal

OneCard.net, an online payment and e-shopping gateway in the MENA region and group buying website Dare’n’Deal have entered a payment agreement to enable customers to pay for Dare’n’Deal services directly through OneCard.

Under the terms of the partnership, Dare’n’Deal users can pay via OneCard prepaid cards, credit cards, bank transfer and Fawry service.


One Response to “05/04/2012: Sage Pay, American Express, First Data, OneCard.net, Dare’n’Deal”

  1. This seems to be a great mobile payment method, but not until I get rave reviews on this, I will stick with mPowa (www.mpowa.com).

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