More and more people are using TWINT!

In no time at all, TWINT has established itself as Switzerland’s leading mobile payment system. With more than three million users, TWINT is becoming increasingly popular. In addition to the…

Simon Wehrli is the new TWINT CIO

Simon Wehrli has already held the position of CIO on an interim basis over the past months and provided important impetus to ensuring the future success of TWINT AG in…

Twinting is possible again on Digitec Galaxus

“We are pleased that the 3 million TWINT users will now be able to choose from an even wider range of e-commerce offers, with Digitec and Galaxus, for their Christmas…

With three million users, TWINT is on track to become the most popular payment method in Switzerland

TWINT is meeting the increasing demand for being able to make digital, mobile and contactless payments with a smartphone. The pronounced growth in customer numbers enjoyed since last year has…

Jens Plath – new Chief Marketing Officer of TWINT

Following the very strong growth recorded over the last few months, TWINT is laying the foundations for the further ramping up of its business with a new management structure. After…

New QR-bills can also be paid using TWINT

As of 30 June, the red and orange deposit slips that have been used up until now will be gradually replaced by QR-bills. TWINT welcomes this innovation and is supporting…

Direct connection now possible between bank accounts at Freiburger Kantonalbank (FKB) and TWINT

From the beginning of June, customers of Freiburger Kantonalbank (FKB) will be able to connect their bank accounts directly to TWINT and thereby benefit from all the advantages of the…

TWINT hopes to reach the level of debit cards

TWINT hopes that the new organisational structure and additional products and functions will allow it to become the new payment standard in Switzerland and that its service will be used…

TWINT hopes to reach the level of debit cards

TWINT hopes that the new organisational structure and additional products and functions will allow it to become the new payment standard in Switzerland and that its service will be used…

Huge demand for TWINT among customers and providers due to the coronavirus situation

The increasingly stringent hygiene requirements seem to be boosting demand for mobile means of payment that do not involve handing over cash or entering a PIN code in combination with…