Apple Pay can be used for transactions at ExxonMobil Gas stations. Here you have the complete details.
ExxonMobil has declared that it would consider Apple Pay for payment in more than 6,000 ExxonMobil gas stations. ?Apple Pay lets users pay in stores by waving their iPhones in front of a wireless reader,? Fortune reported. So, you don?t have to carry your wallet or swipe a credit card anymore if you have an Apple Pay app. Apple users are excited to hear this news.
How To Use Apple Pay At ExxonMobil Gas Stations?
According to Fast Company, Apple Pay will be integrated with Speedpass+. Now the app can show you the nearest Exxon Mobil Gas station. The customer must enter the pump number and verify the transaction on Apple Pay by thumbprint. That?s all!
You can download Speedpass+ which is free of cost. “ExxonMobil wants to make filling up your vehicle even more convenient and the Speedpass+ app has been designed to save you time at the pump,? said Matt Bergeron, Vice President, fuels and lubricants marketing at ExxonMobil, according to Business Wire. Customers can also get receipts by email and at the pump. It’s also reported that the purchase history will be marked in the app.
Using Apple Pay is a great idea because the driver doesn?t have to get out of the car. It will also eliminate the trouble of carrying money in the wallet. However, these kinds of online transactions must come up with security features. ??There could be additional security benefits to in-app gas station payments, as well: while U.S. businesses were required to switch over to chip-based EMV capable payment terminals by the fall of 2015, gas stations are getting an extra two years to transition, which means they’re potentially more vulnerable to fraudulent activity,? The Verge reported.
Tying up with ExxonMobil will help Apple making its Apple Pay more popular. Within a couple of months, Apple Pay transaction will cover around 8,000 ExxonMobil Gas stations.
Do you feel with this new adventure Apple Pay will create a record by generating a maximum number of transactions?