Phillips 66 fuel now available for Chase Pay mobile payments

17 August 2016

Chase PayJPMorgan Chase has entered into a partnership with Phillips 66 for offering Chase Pay wallet service to consumers visiting fuel sites branded as Phillips 66®, Conoco® and 76®. Now drivers have a convenient option to use Chase Pay to pay for their purchases. Phillips 66 is teaming up with P97 Networks, Inc. to power the new payment platform on its pump stations and c-stores.

The new cooperation should result in a brand new access to payments for drivers, who will be able to make transactions via mobile applications My Phillips 66, My 76 and My Conoco.

An executive at Phillips 66 notes that now their consumers will be able to make secure payments from the comfort of their cars just using their smartphones and mobile phones when stopping at the fuel station to refill the gasoline.

Out of 90 million card accounts of Chase, 24 million consumers successfully use its mobile payment service. An executive at Chase comments that the company will be closely partnering with Phillips 66 for strengthening consumer loyalty and facilitating mobile payments for the fuel.

The energy giant also notes that the cooperation will bring together convenience of Chase’s mobile wallet with the loyalty and bonus programs of Phillips 66 increasing the level of consumer experience and making the payment process more efficient and smooth.

To date Chase is a leading banking institution in the United States with the 2.5 trillion US dollars assets, serving consumers through its 5,300 locations and 15,500 ATMs across the nation.

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