Direct purchases on overseas websites are becoming more common, and various simple payment services are emerging. With the simple payment market rapidly changing, a newly-launched online payment service is drawing a lot of attention.
PayAll, which was developed by BC Card to counter foreign online payment services, enables users to make payments online without the need to install Active X or an app.
“It is possible to use our service in all kinds of web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Safari,” said an official at BC Card on Nov. 19. The official added, “People can make a payment via mobile devices, like smartphones and tablet PCs, without installing a separate program.”
This service allows members to make a payment at the click of a mouse or with one touch on a mobile device, after their initial login process at online shopping malls. Therefore, it is widely acknowledged to be similar to Amazon's OneClickPay or eBay's PayPal.
The Korean credit card company is planning to target the online payment market by showcasing another service that does not need Active X soon. As part of its plan, BC Card is scheduled to unveil a NFC-based mobile phone payment service in November using integrated circuit cards.