Starbucks to bring mobile ordering to the UK

Starbucks is bringing its click-and-collect service from the US to UK, as part of a £30 million technology-based revamp of its business, according to The Telegraph. The report is consistent with a previous statement made by the company that it …

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Wirecard pitches platform to retailers

German firm Wirecard launched a mobile checkout development platform targeted at European retailers. The platform enables retailers to make their own app more attractive to end-users by integrating open- and closed-loop contactless payments, P2P gifting, offers and merchant loyalty. Closed-loop …

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Starbucks to launch mobile order & pay internationally

Coffee giant Starbucks wants to add its mobile order & pay feature to its Android-based payment app and spread it to the UK and Canada, all before the end of 2015. The company is already aiming for a US-wide rollout …

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Starbucks links to Apple Pay

Starbucks, which arguably runs the most popular mobile payment service in the US, is updating its app to work with Apple Pay, although not so that users of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can make payments in its …

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Starbucks looks to advance orders to maintain mobile payments momentum

Starbucks is to rollout a new service across the US that enables customers to order coffee on their mobile device and then collect it in-store — with CEO Howard Schulz expecting a boost to both mobile payments and revenue. The …

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Dunkin’ Donuts takes a swig from Starbucks’ cup

US fast-food chain Dunkin’ Donuts (DD) has surpassed 10 million downloads of its app that allows customers to pay in-store with their phones. The US company, which launched its app in 2012, has joined coffee chain Starbucks in seeing its app …

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