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This article was published on August 26, 2015

PayPal expands its One Touch payment system across Europe, Turkey and Australia

PayPal expands its One Touch payment system across Europe, Turkey and Australia
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PayPal announced that its One Touch quick payment system for mobile and Web services is now available in 16 countries.

The service has launched in Australia, Turkey and 11 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

The company says that eligible merchants in these markets will automatically have One Touch enabled and won’t need to update their PayPal integration.

One Touch lets users pay for purchases on mobile and Web services without having to repeatedly enter their login details, as long as they are using a device where they’re signed in to PayPal. It expanded to the UK and Canada in June.

The company bought mobile ecommerce startup Modest last week; it was PayPal’s first acquisition since its split from eBay in July.

PayPal One Touch is Now Being Used By Millions of People and Available in 16 Countries [PayPal Stories]

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