Tesco Bank has announced that it will be relaunching its digital wallet app.
PayQwig will become Tesco Pay+ with the bank revealing further details about the relaunch later this month.
Launched in 2015, the PayQwig digital wallet app allows Tesco customers to pay for their shopping in a simple and fast manner, while also collecting Clubcard points.
The digital wallet also includes:
- ease and convenience at the checkout with a simple and fast payment method
- ability to collect Clubcard points with a single swipe
- hold multiple payment cards on the app
- pay for shopping up to the value of £250.
“We are really excited to be telling customers today that their digital wallet will soon be changing its name to Tesco Pay+,” said Mark Loch, Tesco digital wallets and group payments strategy director.
“The journey of our digital wallet has been an exciting one and we’ve learned a great deal about our customers and how they shop in that time.
“We believe that Tesco Pay+ is going to help the customer journey, offering greater little helps, and we’re looking forward to revealing more in a few weeks’ time.”
The digital wallet is available for both Android and iOS smartphones.
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