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Estonian Paytailor starts offering mobile payments

The Estonian startup Paytailor on April 20th started offering a mobile payments service based on near field communication (NFC) technology, informs LETA/BNS.

In addition to paying for physical goods at vendors that have the joined mobile payment platform, the beta version of the mobile wallet created by Paytailor enables to see where merchants are located, see their offers, spend time playing and create a user profile, the company said in a press release.

The mobile service is available to users of Android smartphones, with an iPhone version to be added shortly.

The payment function can be activated either using NFC, by activating the right place with QR with an IOS smartphone, or choosing the merchant by shortcode or name on the payment page.

Paytailor is an Estonian startup with an ambition is to start providing mobile payments all over the world. Now the company is working actively to raise investments on the Funderbeam Markets platform with a view to expanding its network and partnering up with more merchants.



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