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1. Starbucks launches mobile payment app in Indonesia

Starbucks recently launched a mobile application in Indonesia to allow customers to pay for in-store purchases at the coffee marker’s more than 260 stores across the country. The new Starbucks Indonesia Mobile App for iPhone and Android allows customers to quickly pay for in-store purchases by scanning the barcode linked to a registered Starbucks Card.

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2. Mobile payment gaining in popularity among consumers in Thailand

Around half the smartphone owners in Thailand are already using some form of mobile payment via their devices, according to a survey. The survey involving 2,000 respondents by mobile marketing research.

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3. UPS launches chatbot

The UPS chatbot, available through Facebook Messenger, Skype and Amazon platforms, provides users with a convenient and conversational interface that is different from those offered on the UPS website or UPS mobile apps.

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