SwiftPass, the leading payment service provider, has teamed with Tencent to introduce the facial recognition in Hong Kong Science Park. The facial recognition payment technology made its debut at the seminar “Smart Hong Kong: Our Journey of The Smart City”, which hold by Hong Kong Science Park on January 1st.
Chinese tourists visiting Sri Lanka now have the added benefit of purchasing goods and services and paying for them through WeChat Pay, consequent to a partnership between SwiftPass, the leading mobile payments service provider, and Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC.
China Merchants Bank(CMB) has recently launched the facial recognition payment. It’s not only for CMB customers, but also supports UnionPay debit and credit cards of more than 20 other Banks. SwiftPass is one of the most important facial recognition payment technology service partners of China Merchants Bank.
SwiftPass expands a strategic partnership with BDO Unibank, the Philippines’ largest banks in mobile payment. The first step comes in SM Supermalls. As the the biggest shopping centers in Philippines, even in southeast Asia, SM Supermalls begin to accept WeChat Pay with the support form BDO and SwiftPass. The launched of Wechat Pay will help Supermalls to sell their goods and services to Chinese tourists.
SwiftPass, the leading provider of mobile payment solutions, partners with the Rebisco group-led Asia United Bank (AUB) to launch the Alipay in Philippines recently. And with the Wechat Pay that launched by AUB in last November, AUB has become the first bank in the Philippines to roll out both Alipay and WeChat Pay, which allows Chinese tourists to make payments using their electronic wallets.
China UnionPay, announced a partnership with Tenpay to start cooperation in WeChat QR code e-payments services on Sunday, April 1, 2018. And China UnionPay is ready to provide payment, clearing and settlement services for other institutions.