Tag "fizetési mód"

Next year we can pay out even 1 forint with a credit card

From January, it will be possible to pay out even a single forint with a bank card, no cash will be needed, the parliamentary secretary of state of the Ministry...

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Mastercard: Nearly eight out of ten people choose contactless payment

According to a recent global consumer survey conducted by Mastercard in 19 countries, 79 percent of shoppers choose contactless payment, mentioning security and cleanliness as the most important motivation, the...

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Mastercard has made it possible to increase the amount of one-touch payments in 29 countries

Mastercard has reaffirmed its commitment to a higher level of one-touch payments across Europe. This decision concerns 29 countries, including Hungary, and provides a quick response to the current emergency...

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The limit for touchless payments without a PIN is raised to fifteen thousand forints

Up to 5,000 to 15,000 HUF for touch pay card purchases allowed without a PIN from April 15, with an estimated 90 percent of purchases without having to touch the...

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There is life beyond cash and credit card!

Means of payment have been a part of humanity’s everyday life for thousands of years. From barter to money, we quickly made money by credit and debit card payments in...

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At Amazon, we will soon be able to use our palm as a credit card

Amazon’s technology division is currently working to allow customers to connect their bank card details to their palms to pay for in-store purchases – origo wrote after CNBC. While Amazon’s...

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All schools in the country are eligible for cashless payment

Pupils’ financial awareness can be strengthened by the fact that all schools in the country can benefit from cash-free services, said the Deputy Minister of State of the Ministry of...

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Nearly half of the Hungarians pay with cash by routine, according to a research

Nearly half of the Hungarians pay with cash by routine, while most households have credit cards and are familiar with credit card payments – according to a national, representative survey...

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More than half of the Hungarians pay in cash according to a survey

Cash is still popular in Hungary, as more than half of people pay on a daily basis pay with cash – according to a representative survey of Intrum’s debt management....

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Shoppers motivate enterprises for development

Mastercard CEE’s SME Monitor study has found that every third small or medium-sized business in Central and Eastern Europe introduced card payment on customer demand. 60 percent of respondents said...

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Instant transfer from 2019

Instant transfer is planned to be launched from 1 July 2019 in Hungary. The complex cash flow development can fundamentally change our everyday lives. The new system will be able...

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The Financial Directive of 2018 revolutionizes mobile banking

The online and mobile banking have become everyday part of life for the majority of users. But if the customers want to gain complete control over their financial information belongs...

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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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Nielsen: the use of mobile devices changes trade and cash flow

Trade in Hungary is also changing as a result of that consumers increasingly use their mobile devices for several purposes: one in three Hungarian mobile owners used to compare prices...

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Auchan: more benefits for purchasing

Auchan and Oney make purchasing even more convenient with the New Card Program. From 15 September 2016 the new Auchan card integrates all the benefits and features of the popular...

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The Festipay Prepaid cards can be used from 11 August

The Festipay Prepaid card debuts Today at the Sziget Festival. The card can be used after the festival at all MasterCard accepting points all over the world. A great interest...

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Mastercard: you can pay with the first Hungarian-issued prepaid card not only at festivals

The Festipay prepaid card that can be charged online or by cash will be available for the first time in Hungary at the Sziget festival. The card can be also...

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Touchscreen drink ordering at festivals

A new function has been added to the payment system of the greatest Hungarian festivals. The special-ordering system was debuted at the VOLT festival at the weekend in Sopron –...

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People over 45 pay by credit card the most commonly

Almost three-quarters of the middle-aged, 45 and 60 year olds pay by credit card, while 58 percent of the under-30s, pay with credit card in Hungary – according to the...

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44 percent of men would spend more than 50 thousand HUF for Christmas gift

As the festive season approaches, a spectacular jump can be detected in the spendings of the households. If the customer prefers to give gifts from a loan, it is better...

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MasterCard: the list of the best mobile shopping applications in 2015

MasterCard announced its unique “Mobile Top App Index”, a European Index of mobile shopping apps. The index not only showcasestop the best mobile shopping apps from across 36 European countries,...

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MasterCard: a significant increase in the use of one-touch credit cards in Europe

Europeans like to pay with one-touch cards virtually in any location. According to MasterCard Europe’s compilation, sent to MTI on Monday, in the last quarter of 2014, the number of...

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