RBC Wallet now available on four more mobile devices

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and Bell Canada, one of the country’s largest telcos, have extended their mobile payment service to four more devices.

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and Bell Canada, one of the country’s largest telcos, have extended their mobile payment service to four more devices.

The ‘RBC Wallet’ is now downloadable by owners of the LG G2, Sony Xperia Z1, HTC One (M7) and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

The app, launched in January 2014, was first available only on Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy S4.

It allows RBC and Bell customers to make small-ticket payments from a mobile device at any locations that feature Visa payWave or Interac Flash. Payments are limited to CAD100 (USD91.22).

The bank, which serves 18m clients and has 80,100 employees worldwide, also announced that the BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Q10, Bold 9900, Bold 9790 and Curve 9360 devices will have this payment feature enabled soon.

Bell was founded in 1880 and offers services such as high-speed fiber internet, fiber TV, satellite TV and home and mobile phone services.

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