QUICPAYQuick and Useful Ic Payment
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Users will be able to make contactless mobile payments in store using their JCB branded credit, debit, and prepaid cards enrolled in their Google Pay, at places such as convenience stores, supermarkets, drug stores and other shops where QUICPay is accepted.
At launch, Google Pay users will be able to make payments on their enrolled JCB credit, debit, or prepaid card at convenience stores, supermarkets, drugstores, and other shops where QUICPay is accepted and online wherever JCB is accepted.
KDDI said WAON, Suica, Edy, QUICPAY, nanaco and other electronic payment functions will be made available gradually from late November through the first half of fiscal 2011.
Toyota Finance's electronic cash is called QUICPay and JR East's is known as Suica.
Toyota Finance to add 'QUICPay' e-money service to credit cards
The service, called QUICPay, allows KDDI customers to do the same with their cellphones, which function like credit cards.
As part of this initiative, JCB introduced the contactless payment solution QUICPay in 2005, playing a leading role for mobile payments in Japan.
NTT DoCoMo's biggest rival KDDI Corp., the operator of ''au'' cellphones, engaged in a two-month campaign until the end of last year with seven credit card firms to promote e-marketing using its cellphones equipped with QUICPay settlement functions.
An alliance has been formed between credit card companies in Japan to promote the QUICPay system which enables mobile phones to be used in place of most popular credit cards, using a smart chip from Sony Corp.
Existing JCB contactless payment solutions include QUICPay using FeliCa[2] technology for Japan and a J/Speedy solution for Taiwan domestic use only.
The system is expected to begin commercial operation with the Suica and iD brands in January 2007, with QUICPay and Edy to be added subsequently.
- In the future, provision of credit cards with highly convenient services with functions that allow for the usage of vehicles from CEV Sharing Corporation (http://www.cev-sharing.com/) and JCB's QuicPay system that can be used for payments at surrounding affiliated stores.