Go Fun Card, has announced a strategic partnership with Hybrid Paytech (Freeport Capital Inc.) to provide mobile payment and printing options to participating merchants on Go Fun’s loyalty platform. The companies will offer a joint solution combining Go Fun’s loyalty system and Hybrid’s mobile payment platforms to enable Go Fun merchants to process loyalty and payment transactions using mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
While loyalty transactions for checking, accumulating and redeeming points will be done through Go Fun’s Loyalty System, payment processing for Credit and PIN Debit cards will be supported by Ease2Pay, a Payment Service Provider that has the capability to process payment transactions from the major card schemes like VISA, MasterCard and China Union Pay .
“Go Fun Card is pleased to partner with Hybrid Paytech to address the growing demand for mobile payment options and be a pioneer in Hong Kong to introduce mobile applications in our loyalty platform,” said Jacky Leung , Chairman of BOD for Go Fun Card Limited.
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