Mobile payments are finally starting to become mainstream in the United States, but a lot of people aren’t even aware of the mobile wallet option.
Square recently launched the Square Mobile Wallet for $30, and it will be available for iOS and Android devices starting Tuesday.
Square will allow users to pay for everything from a coffee to rent a movie, all with a swipe of a phone.
Square will also let users pay for any item they purchase with the Square app, including gas, food, entertainment and travel.
Square Mobile Wallet has been available in the U.S. since July 1, when Square added a $2.99 charge to the credit card it will accept.
The company has since rolled out the feature to more countries, but this is the first time Square has made a mobile wallet available to the general public.
Square’s mobile wallet will be limited to US customers.
The mobile wallet, available in Canada, will also be limited.
The Square Mobile wallet will only work with Square Pay and Square Cash.
Both of these payment services are currently available only in the US.
This makes Square’s feature more exclusive to its US customers, but Square Pay still comes with a $1.99 fee that Square is charging to make payments.
Square also plans to introduce mobile wallet features for its other payment services, including Square Pay, Square Cash and Square Pay Plus.
These payments can be paid with Square Cards, Square Credit and Square Debit cards.
Square Cash has a $5.99 monthly fee, and Square Credit has a 0.99 per cent fee.