OTP Bank of Hungary is using VeriFone’s payment systems in the country’s first rollout of MasterCard PayPass contactless cards.
VeriFone’s local partner, INPAS International Kft, is supplying the bank with the contactless version of VeriFone’s highly-ergonomic PINpad 1000SE, which offers a fast and simple way to accept the latest in both PIN-based and contactless payment.
“Contactless is a simple upgrade solution for merchants using the PINpad 1000SE,” said Adam Biedrzycki, VeriFone general manager for continental Europe. “We applaud OTP Bank’s efforts to provide the convenience of MasterCard PayPass payment to Hungary’s consumers and merchants.”
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