InComm Payments launches App Store Cards in Taiwan
By Edil Corneille
Atlanta-based InComm Payments, a global payments technology company, announced its partnership with Apple to launch App Store Cards in Taiwan. The partnership was made possible through InComm Payments’ longtime convenience channel partners, 7-Eleven and FamilyMart. App Store Cards are now available in more than 9,500 stores across Taiwan.
Leveraging dynamic technology and proven expertise, InComm Payments delivers enhanced end-to-end payment platforms and emerging financial technology (FinTech) solutions that help businesses grow across a wide range of industries including retail, healthcare, tolling & transit, incentives, mobile payments and financial services.
The new App Store Card will be sold in four denominations (NT$500, NT$1,000, NT$2,000, and NT$300-6,000 VAR) and Digital Codes denominations between NT$50-6,000 VAR). In addition, App Store Card digital codes will be available for sale via self-service kiosks in-store.
“Digital content is especially convenient and important as a source of entertainment for anytime and anywhere in the world,” said Malcolm Areington, Regional Vice President, North Asia Pacific, InComm Payments. “Launching in this new and exciting market represents the mutual success we’ve experienced through our partnership with Apple.”
The launch is also celebrated with an advertising campaign.
InComm Payments entered the Taiwan market in 2013. The company has mentioned that it has established itself as a market leader in point-of-sale activation (POSA) technology in the region ever since. Its ongoing success has been supported through long-standing partnerships with 7-Eleven and FamilyMart.
By enabling omnichannel connections to a consumer base in an increasingly digital ecosystem, InComm Payments is said to create seamless and valuable commerce experiences across the globe. The company has more than 25 years of experience, over 500,000 points of distribution, 386 global patents and a presence in over 30 countries.
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