Fuel retailer Phillips 66 has signed a multi-year deal with JPMorgan Chase to accept Chase Pay at its stations across the US.
Phillips 66 has collaborated with Houston-based mobile commerce provider P97 Networks to enable its Phillips 66, Conoco and 76 branded sites to accept Chase Pay at their pumps and in their c-stores.
As a result of this deal, consumers of Phillips 66's fuel brands will soon be able to make purchases through the My Phillips 66, My 76 and My Conoco mobile apps of Phillips 66.
Unlike Apple Pay and Android Pay which use NFC technology, Chase Pay works via QR code.
Chase Pay, which is currently live with a small number of e-commerce merchants, will be available later this year.
Phillips 66 global marketing president Brian Mandell said: “We are excited to work with Chase and P97 to accept Chase Pay at our branded sites, which will offer our customers a simplified fueling experience – one that will enable them to safely and expeditiously purchase our high-quality Phillips 66, Conoco and 76 gasoline on their mobile devices from the comfort of their vehicles.
“This same convenience will allow customers to take advantage of our reward programs and promotions without having to swipe loyalty cards or use coupons at pumps and registers.”
To power its mobile payments, JPMorgan Chase partnered with the Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) Consortium, which promotes the QR-based CurrentC app and payments service. The consortium consists of collection of merchants like Walmart, Target, Sunoco, Kohl's, Best Buy, Rite Aid, CVS, Lowe's, Sears, Shell, Michaels and 7-Eleven.