hyperWALLET, the Canadian provider of global payment services, has integrated its prepaid card products and services with Apple Passbook. The company provides mobile and international payments, card products and financial technology services worldwide.
As a result, iPhone users will be able to integrate their prepaid cards into their passbook system for future purchases Apple’s IOS6 operating system runs the Passbook application for the purpose of storing and organising the user’s ‘passes’. These may include, store cards, coupons, gift cards as well as boarding passes and movie tickets.
“Our cardholders love our mobile apps and the ability to manage all aspects of their accounts from their phones. With passbook cardholders also receive balance updates and transaction notifications in real time in a native iPhone experience, providing even more convenience on the go”, states Lisa Shields, President & CEO of hyperWALLET Systems Inc.
The news comes in light of hyperWALLET’s agreement with card acquirer Valitor to issue prepaid cards across Europe.
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