Many on business trips or holidays have said they were unable to get their hands on their cash from ATM machines.
Bank of China (Hong Kong), one of the biggest credit card issuers in the city, says it will launch a near-field communication (NFC) mobile payment system in the second half of this year.
Apple has begun letting users of its mainland Chinese website pay in instalments as the company looks for ways to make iPhones and MacBook laptops more affordable in the world's largest computer...
Among the designer brands from Prada to Chanel at the Harrods flagship store in London, Li Yafang spotted a logo she knows from back home: the red, blue and green of UnionPay cards.
Hang Seng Bank yesterday launched a platform that will let buyers pay for their purchases using smartphones at outlets equipped with contactless readers.
If you have a credit card you might want to pay some attention to this story. It's something of a saga, but bear with me because the bottom line is rather scary.
Global payments technology giant Visa plans to step up development in Hong Kong of a mobile payments infrastructure that is supported by a wide range of smartphones.
Yoga studios in Hong Kong are feeling the backlash from the collapse of so many of their counterparts as banks now refuse to provide them with credit card payment facilities.
Hongkongers can now pay their taxes around the clock and almost everywhere. Convenience stores will accept their payments from today.
PayPal, the US e-commerce payment platform, is to tap a local market that has been largely neglected by electronic payment channels but is worth up to HK$2.8 billion a year.
After reading an article about students being caught in credit card traps, it made me wonder who is most responsible for this. I think it is more the fault of university students and parents than...
The days of having to rush back to 'feed the parking meter' could be over thanks to a revolutionary upgrade that would allow drivers to remotely extend their parking time before it expires....