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Customers of QIIB can now make payments with Apple Pay

Customers of QIIB can now make payments with Apple Pay

Doha: QIIB now offers Apple Pay to its customers, a safer, more secure and private way to pay that uses the iPhone to provide protection to every transaction, avoids handing over a payment card, touching physical buttons, and avoiding exchanging cash.

Contactless payments can be made by holding an Apple Watch or iPhone near the terminal. A one-time generated dynamic security code and Face ID or Touch ID authentication ensure that every Apple Pay purchase is secure. Grocery stores, pharmacies, taxis, restaurants, coffee shops, retail stores, and lots more accept Apple Pay.

On iPhone, iPad, and Mac, customers can use Apple Pay to make faster and more convenient purchases in apps or while browsing. It does not require creating an account or typing shipping or billing information repeatedly. Paying for groceries, online shopping, transportation, and parking is easy with Apple Pay. Apps on Apple Watch can also use Apple Pay to accept payments.

Apple Pay is all about security and privacy. Card numbers are never stored on Apple devices or servers when a customer uses Apple Pay. To store the payment information safely on the device, the Secure Element is an industry-standard, certified chip that is assigned a unique Device Account Number and encrypted.

You can easily set up Apple Pay by following these simple steps. On iPhone, just open Wallet, tap +, and follow the instructions to add (organization’s) credit or debit cards. A customer can begin using Apple Pay on iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac as soon as they add a card.

The benefits and rewards associated with QIIB’s cards will remain the same for its customers. If you would like to learn more about Apple Pay, visit http://www.apple.com/apple-pay/  and https://www.qiib.com.qa/Page/Details/190.

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