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Walmart Pay hits 4,600 over stores in the US

Walmart Pay app for Android and iOS works in over 4,600 stores across the US
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This free mobile-payment service that was announced back in December 2015 is now available for users of Apple and Android devices, supporting an impressive number of cards.

Walmart announced its mobile payment service back in December and now the time has come for it to become available in most of the retailer's locations across the US. Offering support for both Android-powered and Apple devices, Walmart Pay also works with virtually all major credit and debit cards, pre-paid cards, as well as Walmart gift cards.

According to the Walmart Pay-related facts published by Walmart, 4 out of 5 customers would recommend this service, and 3 out of 4 have given it a five-star rating. At last, 88 percent of transactions come from repeat Walmart Pay users and last week an increase of 45 percent in transactions has been recorded.

The app has been available for a while, having 24 million registered users already, and the mobile payment service is its last addition. "We’re connecting all the parts of Walmart into one seamless shopping experience with great stores, easy pickup, fast delivery, frictionless checkout and apps and websites that are simple to use," says Walmart's senior vice president of services Daniel Eckert.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-07- 7 (Update: 2016-07- 7)
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