Sniip, a free mobile app that lets you scan bills and pay them quickly using its mobile wallet, has signed a partnership with BPAY. Sniip’s move into BPAY is being sponsored by the Indue, the Australian-owned e-payments bank. As a result of joining the payments platform, Sniip is increasing the
Mobile payments provider Sniip says it will be increasing the number of billers accessible through its app to 45,000, and gaining access to 1.5 million more payments each working day, after being sponsored into the BPAY scheme by e-payments giant, Indue. According to Sniip, once sponsorship is finalised, it will
Australia Post is pleased to be offering its customers a new choice for paying bills by piloting state-of-the-art mobile payments app, Sniip. General Manager Payments and Financial Services at Australia Post, Deanne Keetelaar, said Sniip’s mobile payment technology means customers can pay their bills from their smartphones within seconds. “Australia Post
Toowoomba Regional Council is leading Australia in digital billing, by partnering with Australia’s first bank-agnostic payments and billing app, Sniip, to launch a patented “m-billing” function that will alert ratepayers of Council rates and water bills via push notifications directly on their smartphones. Ratepayers can opt into the function by
Mobile payment technology company Sniip is working with Australia Post to provide greater choice to consumers in how they pay their bills. Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sniip, Damien Vasta, said the company was excited to announce a new partnership with Australia Post to explore the use of Sniip
A record number of finalists have been revealed for this year’s Optus My Business Awards, ensuring the SME community’s night of nights will be bigger than ever this year! Hundreds of businesses across Australia have submitted their nominations for 27 categories. Judges were blown away by the calibre of many
Sniip, a new mobile payment app, has launched in Australia, with Toowoomba Regional Council the first biller to trial the new technology with its ratepayers. Consumers can now scan and pay bills within seconds using Sniip’s trademarked circular QR code, eliminating the need to enter a long account number or
The Brisbane City Council (BCC) has entered into an agreement with mobile payment technology company Sniip to streamline its billing processes with rates notices about to be issued across the city. Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sniip, Damien Vasta, said the company was excited about the new partnership with
The availability of new payment option “Sniip” has seen ratepayers in Toowoomba take to mobile payments in large numbers. Sniip, which allows a consumer to make a secure payment on their mobile using a 4-digit PIN was introduced successfully on Toowoomba Water Notices in November 2015 as an Australian first.
Sniip, a new mobile payment app, has launched in Australia, with Toowoomba Regional Council the first biller to trial the new technology with its ratepayers. Consumers can now scan and pay bills within seconds using Sniip’s trademarked circular QR code, eliminating the need to enter a long account number or