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Netflix-Style Pricing Comes to ATMs
Here's the sales pitch: use the service as much as you want for a flat monthly fee of under $10, potentially saving money over paying per transaction. It sounds like Netflix, but it's a new and fairly unconventional approach to how Cardtronics is selling ATM access.
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NCR has launched a new automated teller machine in North America designed to improve the consumer experience and reduce costs associated with operating the ATM network. more »
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As the Federal Reserve and other entities push toward developing a faster payments system in the U.S., it has become increasingly apparent that a good place to start is through debit networks. more »
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Cardtronics has renewed its automated teller machine services agreement with the convenience store chain, The Pantry. more »
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The ATM and bank technology provider Diebold has named two executives to lead its international finance and data security offices. more »
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The Federal Reserve System released a detailed vision for improving the speed of the U.S. payment system. It is latest step in a process meant to spur change at a time when the country has fallen far behind many nations that have adopted real-time payments. more »
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The ATM Industry Association is forming the ATMIA Marketing Committee to share information, help members promote their products and raise the status of marketing in the ATM business. more »
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Digital payments company ACI Worldwide has begun offering bill pay services on ATMs and kiosks sold by LD Systems. more »
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Monitise, a London-based payments technology company, has partnered with MoneyPass Network to provide services to ATM users in the U.S. more »
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JPMorgan Chase & Co. reduced automated teller machines by 12% last quarter as the largest U.S. bank exited from some retail locations. more »
Taking physical cards out of the ATM transaction circumvents the persistent threat of skimming. "You can't skim a card because there is no card to skim," Tom Ormseth says.
The holding company for 15 banks, which is approaching $20 billion in assets, has been testing cardless ATM transactions since the summer of 2013. Now, it is expanding the capability to dozens of machines — marking it the first institution in the U.S. to take the technology, powered by the vendor FIS, into production. more »
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Diebold has introduced antimicrobial touchscreens to its automated teller machines. more »
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NCR's previous headquarters in Dayton, Ohio. The company is now based in Atlanta.
When you are a company that started out 125 years ago as National Cash Register, you've had to reinvent yourself a few times. more »
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