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May 4, 2018

NETSPay, GrabPay, Apple Pay, Alipay and WeChat Pay – What’s the Difference for Singaporeans?

NETSPay, GrabPay, Apple Pay, Alipay and WeChat Pay – What’s the Difference for Singaporeans? Time and again, we, as Singaporeans, have been reminded of the government and industry’s initiative to make Singapore a Smart Nation, where we can incorporate technology in our daily lives to improve the way we live. One of the strategic projects under this initiative is to drive adoption of e-payments throughout Singapore to make Singapore a cashless society. An integrated, convenient and safe e-payment process could potentially reduce transaction costs for businesses and customer and increase opportunities for companies to reach out to customers. In Singapore, […]
April 27, 2018

Settlement Delay Notification during International Labour Day holidays 关于国际劳动节假期暂缓结算的通知

Dear FOMO Pay Merchants, Please note that banks in Mainland China will suspend settlement from April 29, 2018 to May 1, 2018 due to International Labour Day holidays.  All settlements will resume from the 2 of May. Thank you for your understanding. 
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact your FOMO Pay representative. Best regards, FOMO Pay Pte. Ltd. 尊敬的FOMO Pay合作伙伴与商户们: 
接到微信支付、支付宝等官方通知,由于受国际劳动节假期影响,中国大陆银行暂停结算业务,因此FOMO Pay将于2018年4月29日至2018年5月1日暂停清算,并于2018年5月2日起恢复正常的清算规则。 给您带来的不便敬请谅解,感谢您的理解与支持。 顺颂商祺 FOMO Pay Pte. Ltd.
April 20, 2018

Partnership between NETS and ComfortDelGro Taxi aims to increase digital payments adoption amongst hawkers

Partnership between NETS and ComfortDelGro Taxi aims to increase digital payments adoption amongst hawkers (Photo Credit: TODAY Online) In February this year, NETS announced a partnership with ComfortDelGro Taxi to increase the adoption of the NETS QR code payment solution across hawker centres in Singapore. The NETS QR code was launched last year as a standardised QR code, allowing customers to pay for their goods and services using their respective bank mobile apps, such as DBS PayLah! and OCBC’s Pay Anyone, and/or NETSPay instead of their cards. Through the ‘Hawker Champion’ programme, ComfortDelGro taxi drivers are responsible for sharing about […]
April 13, 2018

iJooz offers WeChat Pay option in vending machines islandwide through FOMO Pay

iJooz offers WeChat Pay option in vending machines islandwide through FOMO Pay Fancy a cup of freshly squeezed orange juice while on-the-go? You can with iJooz, at just $2 per cup.  iJooz vending machine can dispense a cup of orange juice in just 45 seconds. (Photo credit: IJOOZ Facebook) Fruits Vending Pte Ltd, the company that developed iJooz, is now Singapore’s largest and most popular fresh orange juice vending machine operator. The iJooz vending machines can be found in various locations around Singapore, including shopping malls, schools, corporate buildings, tourist attractions and government agencies. Through FOMO Pay, iJooz now accepts […]
April 6, 2018

FOMO Pay’s Co-Founders listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2018

FOMO Pay’s Co-Founders listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2018 We are proud to announce that our co-founders, Louis Liu and Zack Yang, have made it to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia list this year. The list features 300 young innovators and disruptors under the age of 30 who are driving change in their industries. The finalists were selected from 24 countries across Asia-Pacific, amongst thousands of online nominations researched by Forbes’ team of reporters and accomplished judges. Screenshot from Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2018 Louis Liu and Zack Yang, co-founders of mobile payment startup, FOMO Pay, was […]
March 30, 2018

FOMO Pay shortlisted in FUTR European RetailTech Top 50 2018

FOMO Pay shortlisted in FUTR European RetailTech Top 50 2018   Every year, FUTR shortlists the Top 50 companies contributing to these 5 categories in the retail space: In-Store Experience, Commerce & Payments, Supply Chain, Fulfilment & Delivery, Product Design & Development, and Mobile & Digital. The list aims to identify startups that have the potential to cause real disruption in the retail sector, be it creating new ways to engage customers or apply technology in innovative ways to cater to retailers’ needs. There were a total of 12 judges from companies across different industries, such as Bloomberg, Forbes, Vodafone, […]