GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) Starts Accepting Apple Pay In Stores

The enhanced technology has made it possible for people to shop as much as they want without holding cash in their hands. The trend of cashless transactions has already touched greater heights, and with the launch of Apple Pay last year, it has entered a revolutionary phase. Amongst many other companies, GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) has decided to accept Apple Pay in its stores. According to reports, the company announced that all the buyers would now be able to use Apply Pay to make payments at GameStop stores.

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GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) is one of the largest specialty retail brands in the country with a worldwide network of popular technological tools. After the current announcement of the company, it will become possible for the customers to make payment with a single touch. Apple Pay is considered as one of the safest and most secure payment systems of the world, which is why GameStop has decided to adjoin hands together with the tech giant. With this announcement, more than 4,200 U.S. video game stores of the company will allow the buyers to make payments through Apple Pay.

Unlike other payment gateways, Apple Pay is very simple, easy to use and safe. Because of this reason, users will experience top-notched experience while buying latest games, accessories, consoles, and other electronic items through GameStop stores. According to Senior Vice President of GameStop’s U.S. stores Jason Cochran, the entire management of GameStop is excited to execute this transaction. From now on, buying process at GameStop stores will become very easy and convenient for all the users.

The primary objective of the company has always been to provide top-notched services to its customers, and the introduction of Apple Pay at GameStop is an advanced step in the same direction. Not only will it simplify the buying procedure, but also increase the security measures for all the customers.

Scott Sally

Scott Sally

Sally joined the US Markets Daily News Team in April 2011 as a Multimedia Journalist.