Phillips 66 Adds Visa Checkout to Mobile Apps

New payment method will be accepted by early 2019
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HOUSTON --Phillips 66 is adding Visa Checkout to its branded mobile apps for paying at the pump and in the convenience store.

"Visa is committed to making digital payments safer and easier," said T.S. Anil, global head of payment products and platforms for Visa. "By integrating with the Phillips 66 apps, Visa Checkout will give customers the flexibility, security and ease to pay in-app, at the pump or in-store."

Through the My Phillips 66, My 76, and My Conoco apps, customers will be able to pay with Visa Checkout at participating Phillips 66, 76, and Conoco locations in the U.S. Phillips 66 previously announced it would integrate Masterpass—another payment scheme from Mastercard—in April 2018.

"With Visa Checkout integrated into our Phillips 66, 76 and Conoco apps, consumers will enjoy a simple and secure fueling experience," said Rod Palmer, general manager of branded marketing for Phillips 66. "Visa Checkout will give our consumers more choices when buying gasoline and goods at Phillips 66, Conoco and 76 branded sites."

Houston-based Phillips 66 is a diversified energy manufacturing and logistics company. Using a network of branded marketers and dealers operating about 7,500 retail outlets, its U.S. marketing business supplies Top Tier-branded gasolines under the Phillips 66, 76 and Conoco brands.

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