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PayPal and MasterCard Reach Deal for Store Payments

September 6, 2016, 12:46 PM UTC
The logo of online payment company PayPal is pictured during LeWeb 2013 event in Saint-Denis near Paris on December 10, 2013.
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MasterCard said it signed a deal with PayPal Holdings that will allow customers to use PayPal’s payment services in stores.

PayPal’s (PYPL) partnership with MasterCard (MA) follows a similar deal with Visa (V) in July as the company looks to expand its payments network.

The partnership with MasterCard was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

PayPal will allow users to select a credit or debit card as the default payment method and share data on transactions made through MasterCard’s tap-and-pay feature, according to the Journal.

PayPal, which spun off from e-commerce company eBay (EBAY) last year, has focused on aggressive growth.

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The company’s revenue in the second quarter rose more than 15% to $2.65 billion from a year earlier and the volume of payments it processes jumped 28% to $86.21 billion.

PayPal is also in discussions with banks that issue cards, to explore new products and partnerships, the Journal report said, citing people familiar with the matter.

PayPal was not immediately available for comment.

Shares of PayPal were marginally higher in premarket trading on the Nasdaq. Up to Friday’s close of $37.07, the stock had risen 2.4% this year.