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Banks are 'free-riders' says Apple, as mobile payment fight drags on

Some good arguements on both sides.

Fri, 10 Feb 2017

Apple says the big Australasian banks are trying to freeload on its investments in mobile payment infrastructure – and that they want to condition customers to paying extra fees for “tap-and-go” payments via smartphone.

The tech giant’s comments came in a submission to the Australian Competition

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