Tag "elektronikus fizetés"

OTP: electronic payment turnover grew by more than 30 percent

The turnover of electronic payments increased by 32.61 percent and the number of transactions by 32.13 percent on an annual basis in the first quarter, OTP Bank informed MTI. It...

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K&H: More frequent card use by young consumers

A survey made for K&H’s youth index has found that 78 percent of 19-29 year old consumers use some kind of bank card, but only 38 percent do online banking...

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E-payment is popular after the post-pandemic reopening too

E-payment solutions remained popular after the easing of the coronavirus pandemic related restrictions – data from OTP Bank illustrates this very well. Since 1 January 2021 every online cash register...

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PM: The provision of electronic payment facilities will increase the competitiveness of businesses

Starting from this year, companies operating online cash registers are required to provide customers with the option of electronic payment and its continued availability. Developments through regulation could be a...

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2020 brought a multiyear leap forward in the financial digitalisation of enterprises

A bit more than one year ago Mastercard launched an infrastructure development programme called Doppio. Just a few months later the Hungarian government announced: from January 2021 retailers and service...

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The Payment Point introduced electronic card payment without a POS terminal

The Payment Point (Fizetési Pont) has introduced a new card electronic payment solution in Hungary: with the so-called SoftPOS technology, it is possible to make a credit card purchase transaction...

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Magazine: Stronger competition and a level playing field in the e-payment market

In the summer of 2019 a study by the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) found that the costs of bank card payment are too high for small-turnover retailers – so high...

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Mastercard welcomes the government’s decision to support electronic payments

Mastercard welcomes the government’s decision to require all merchants to use online cash registers to provide electronic payment to their customers from January 2021. The provision could pave the way...

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Next year, electronic payment insurance is mandatory in addition to the online cashier

From January 2021, merchants using online cash registers will be obliged to provide electronic payment everywhere – portfolio.hu reports on the announcement of Gulyás Gergely, Minister in charge of the...

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App-based payment in 30 Co-op UK stores

British convenience retailer Co-op is to extend the trial of its app-based pay-in-aisle technology: 30 stores are planned to be enabled for shoppers to scan and pay with their mobile phones by...

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Magazine: Winning cards

Mastercard was the sponsor of the prize game and the cooking contest. We asked marketing manager Péter Mondovics about the cooperation.   How did Mastercard end up ‘on the dinner...

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Hungarians support the reduction of cash

Sixty percent of the Hungarians agree that the shadow economy can be reduced in Hungary by increasing electronic payment solutions and reducing cash – portfolio.hu reported the latest Mastercard research....

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The PayPal.Me was launched in Hungary as well

According to the statement of PayPal sent to MTI, with the new PayPal.Me service anyone can send and receive money with a unique link, which can be sent to the...

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NGM: 30 thousand credit card acceptance terminals will be built by the enterprises from government support

This year, the number of debit card terminals will increase by 30 percent, due to the support program initiated by the Ministry of National Economy (NGM) – the ministry told...

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MNB: the efficiency of the Hungarian cash flow increased significantly

The effectiveness of the Hungarian cash flow has grown exceptionally in international comparison last year. Each indicators measuring the spread of remittances, purchases, electronic payments and electronic bill payments have...

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Online retailing increased by 16 percent in 2015

Domestic online retail continued to grow. In 2015 a further 16 percent increase occured. The total sales of online retail amounted to 270 billion HUF. Technical products are still the...

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