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Be mobile with TWINT: from train journeys to parking

TWINT is now also saved as a payment method for SBB Mobile, the number one mobility app. 'The SBB is thus meeting this growing customer need,' writes the SBB. It…

City of Zurich: Pay for your parking ticket with TWINT

From the middle of April, the TWINT app can be used in Zurich to pay at parking meters. The TWINT QR code will be stuck onto the city’s 1350 parking…

Pay your parking fee with TWINT: now also possible in the canton of Ticino

In Chiasso, Locarno, Lugano, Melano, Mendrisio, Morbio and other municipalities, it is now possible to use the TWINT app as a means of payment. To do so, all drivers need…

Pay parking fees conveniently with TWINT: now also in Yverdon-les-Bains

The TWINT App can now also be used to pay parking fees at 80 parking meters, corresponding to some 2,000 parking spaces in Yverdon-les-Bains. To do so, all that is…

TWINT prevails over Apple Pay

Following Apple’s decision to soften its stance, TWINT has the opportunity to prevent the superseding of its own payment solution by 'Apple Pay'. Until now, it was possible that 'Apple…

Worldline investment in TWINT successfully completed

As part of the strategic partnership between SIX and Worldline in the card business (merchant acceptance and acquiring and international card processing), Worldline is acquiring a 20 % holding in…

TWINT is astonished by the COMCO’s approach

The background to the investigation lies on allegations against banks regarding their behaviour towards other mobile payment systems (e.g. Apple Pay). No accusations have been made against TWINT by the…

Now conveniently pay parking fees with TWINT in eastern Switzerland

As of today, car drivers in St Gallen, Frauenfeld and Rapperswil-Jona can pay their parking fees with TWINT in addition to the traditional methods. To do so, all they need…

TWINT with further major national partners

Since the end of October, it has been possible to pay with the TWINT app at more than 800 locations and around 10,000 cash registers of the Migros Group. Migros…

Pay your parking fee with TWINT

In the town of Zug, car drivers will soon be able to pay their parking fees using their smartphone. To do so, all they need to do is open the…

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