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Square Partners with Starbucks to Bring Innovative Mobile Payments

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Mobile payment system Square and retail coffee giant Starbucks Coffee partner to bring Square’s innovative mobile payment system to Starbucks Retail stores. This is a huge boost for Square as Starbucks boasts lots of retail locations and clients who are open to alternate payment systems that give additional benefits.
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Allied Wallet Credit Card Payments App Available for BlackBerry

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Screenshot of Android version of app.

Allied Wallet is another mobile payment service that has recently launched a BlackBerry app to complement its existing iPhone and Android offerings. The app is a free ewallet for users to store, send, and receive funds. With Allied Wallet, you can manage your mobile wallet with some of the following features:

  • Link up your bank account, credit card, pre-paid card to your ewallet for quick and easy funding.
  • Send money from home, work, or anywhere in the world.
  • settle transactions in many different currencies
  • Allied Wallet’s ewallet is free for buyers.
  • Shop without sharing financial information.
  • You list your details only once, rather than many times at many websites.
  • 100% protection from unauthorized payments sent from your ewallet account.

To grab the free app, head over to mobile.alliedwallet.com from your BlackBerry to grab the .JAD file.

Wireless Merchant Mobile Accounting and Payment Solution Comes with Competitive Pricing

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We talk a lot about mobile payment systems here at BlackBerryCool because it’s a fast growing industry with some pretty awesome implications for retail and business in general. The BlackBerry, being a secure and ubiquitous device, is the ideal platform for capturing mobile payments and we’ve recently come across a pretty awesome solution called Wireless Merchant.

Wireless Merchant is a two in one application for BlackBerry. The first application is a Credit Card Processing Module which allows merchants to process their clients’ credit cards and receive an authorization almost immediately. The second application is an Order Entry/Billing Module which integrates directly to back office accounting systems (Sage ACCPAC ERP, Sage BusinessVision and QuickBooks). This application brings the customers, items, pricing, taxes etc. into the BlackBerry and allows the merchant to process an Order, Invoice, Credit Note and/or a Quote while automatically updating their accounting system and creating a domino effect. All of this backend updating is done in real time.
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ROAMpay Brings Square Style Mobile Payments to BlackBerry

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Twitter co-Founder Jack Dorsey’s new venture Square has been generating a lot of buzz but the payment system isn’t available for BlackBerry. ROAMpay looks like a similar service, with a dongle that attaches to the headphone jack and allows you to accept credit card payments to your BlackBerry. ROAMpay allows you to:
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Rogers Introduces Zoompass Mobile Payment Solutions

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When we last wrote about Zoompass, they had partnered with Telus and Bell to provide users with a means of sending payments to one another from their device. Considering the last two partnerships happened back in March, the launch on Rogers took a little longer than expected. Zoompass is a joint venture with all the major Canadian carriers, so this Rogers announcement nearly completes the rollout plan and from now on we’ll hopefully see some cool updates. Even though the announcement was sent out, there doesn’t seem to be any mention of a preload of the Zoompass App.
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Zoompass App Now Preloaded on Bell Mobility Devices

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Zoompass have announced that they are now preloaded on Bell devices and users should start seeing the app on the homescreen shortly. This isn’t breaking news because we know that Zoompass is a joint venture with all the major Canadian carriers, but it’s good to see how fast they’re moving. About a week ago, we saw the announcement that the Zoompass app was preloaded on TELUS, and at this pace we can expect a Rogers announcement next week.
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