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Chase Pay launches in the US

Chase Pay mobile payments system launches in the US November 2016
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This new mobile payments service and the companion Android app only work in Starbucks and Best Buy retail locations in the US for now, but Chase Pay has plans to reach other retailers in the future, including Walmart, Shell gas stations, and more.

When talking about mobile payment systems, there are quite a few choices waiting for the US-based potential customers. Next to big names like Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, or Walmart Pay, US bank Chase is now launching its system. Dubbed Chase Pay, it comes with a companion app that works with Android devices and can be freely downloaded via Google Play.

According to the official press release, this new digital payment solution works online, in stores, and also via the Chase Pay app. For now, it can be used in "more than 7,500 participating Starbucks® locations in the U.S. and nearly 1,400 Best Buy® stores." Customers will get support for more merchants in the future - Philips 66, Conoco, Walmart, ShopRite, select Shell stations, and more can be found in the list already.

The Chase Pay app allows its users to pay with a smartphone, check Chase account balances and available credit, as well as viewing the transactions performed during the last 90 days.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-11-22 (Update: 2016-11-22)
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