Tesco reveals Pay+ scheme

The new mobile payments app underlines Tesco’s "commitment to transforming customer experience."
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Tesco has announced the launch of Tesco Pay+, a mobile payments app, which replaces PayQwiq from Tesco. The app aims to make the shopping trip more convenient and more rewarding for customers looking to pay using their smartphone.

The app will allow shoppers to automatically collect Clubcard points with a single swipe, link multiple payment cards on the app and pay for shopping up to the value of £250.

“The world is changing rapidly around us," said Mark Loch, Tesco digital wallet and group payments director.

How customers interact with their shopping experience, how they manage their money, and how they determine value, are developing all of the time," Loch continued. "We are proud that we constantly invest in enhancing the shopping experience so that our customers receive a unique and exceptional service. Our digital wallet has proved to be hugely popular with our customers and we are confident that Tesco Pay+, with its fantastic capability, will continue to transform the shopping journey offering little helps to customers every time they shop in Tesco.” 

Tesco Pay+ is available for both Android and iOS smartphones, allows customers to pay and also collect Clubcard points, all with one simple scan of their phone. The app has a single transaction limit of £250 to ensure that customers can use Tesco Pay+ to pay for their weekly shop.

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