Thanks to a partnership between the Canadian National Vending Alliance and PayRange, Apple Pay will be introduced into 100 per cent of the company’s vending machines across the country.
“The CNVA prides itself on addressing the needs of consumers and with more people becoming increasingly cashless, we realized we needed a mobile payment solution to bring to all our machines,” said Steve Tremblay, President of the Canadian National Vending Alliance. “With the PayRange platform, we’re able to provide consumers with greater choice not only in how to pay, but also in what they can purchase from the machines as they are no longer constrained by the change in their pockets.”
To make the upgrade, vending machines need only the BluKey™ dongle, which installs in seconds. Customers can then make purchases from their iPhone or Android, after loading the app or Apple Pay with credit or debit cards.
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