European Square rival iZettle teams up with Deutsche Telekom to take on Payleven in Germany

European Square rival iZettle teams up with Deutsche Telekom to take on Payleven in Germany

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New Swedish mobile payments provider iZettle has announced the latest move in its European expansion, launching its service to Germany with the help of DZ BANK and Deutsche Telekom to take on local Square clone Payleven. iZettle’s launch in Germany marks its fifth European launch, having already launched in the UK and across the...
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