Bank of America said Wednesday it plans to roll out technology this year enabling customers to conduct automated teller machine transactions with their smartphones, as opposed to swiping a plastic card. The Charlotte-based bank’s rivals are making similar moves.
Bank of America said Wednesday it plans to roll out technology this year enabling customers to conduct automated teller machine transactions with their smartphones, as opposed to swiping a plastic card. The Charlotte-based bank’s rivals are making similar moves. John Taggart Bloomberg
Bank of America said Wednesday it plans to roll out technology this year enabling customers to conduct automated teller machine transactions with their smartphones, as opposed to swiping a plastic card. The Charlotte-based bank’s rivals are making similar moves. John Taggart Bloomberg
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Bank of America will allow ATM transactions using smartphones this year

January 27, 2016 3:39 PM

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