Energy giant Total has joined forces with Worldline to launch a new mobile wallet called TOTAL eWallet, which will enable its service station customers fill up and pay for purchases through their mobile.
Through TOTAL eWallet, customers will also be allowed to pay in the shop and car washes, as well as recharge electric vehicles.
Total Marketing & Services mobility service provider Antoine Tournand said: “Worldline has helped us design a service that is at the same time innovative, secure, and dynamic, and we aim for it to be available throughout our European network of service stations, both at the pump and in the shop.
“Our goal is to make the purchasing experience simpler, more secure and convenient. The eWallet constitutes a major milestone in our strategic aim to become an indispensable mobility service provider.”
The solution was trialled in Berlin in October 2017, and is being launched in phases across Total’s network in Europe. It will be initially rolled out in Germany and Belgium.
Worldline Global director of merchant services Vincent Roland added: “By endorsing the Worldline Merchant Wallet solution, Total can offer its customers high-value services based on a fully integrated and secured purchase process.”