Alipay Rolls Into Shanghai Subway Stations
The race to go ticketless at Chinese subway stations is zipping ahead with a new tie-up between the Shanghai subway operator and electronic payments giant Alipay.
The pair signed a strategic agreement on Tuesday that could ultimately make current subway cards obsolete, and will also see a number of other new high-tech bells and whistles enter China’s second most traveled subway system, after only Beijing.
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