Wirecard has announced the launch boon Planet, a payment app with neo-banking services. Users can manage their entire everyday financial life within the app and will benefit in the future from additional services such as insurance, mobility, and loyalty features, along with additional financial services.
With boon Planet, a fully comprehensive digital bank account can be opened in five minutes.
Users can make SEPA transfers and receive a physical debit Mastercard in combination with their boon app. In addition, users have a complete overview of all their finances and can carry out contactless payments with a smart device or physical card.
Thanks to the multi-banking function, users will soon also be able to integrate their accounts with other banks to boon Planet, benefiting from a holistic overview of their finances. Other banking services such as overdrafts and savings plans will also be integrated.
In addition to banking and payment, boon Planet will offer innovative loyalty solutions in the future. Users can collect digital bonus points with every payment and redeem the funds for payments via the app. Additional digital financial services such as insurance will also be made available.
Claudia Kaub, Head of Consumer Solutions at Wirecard, said, “After a successful pilot phase, we are very pleased to announce the general availability of boon Planet.
“Not only do we cover the entire world of digital payment and banking from a single source, but can also progressively expand our ecosystem and add new relevant services to make everyday life easier for consumers. All of these features make our offering highly unique.”
boon is based on the Wirecard Financial Commerce platform from the front end to the back end and is the Group’s B2C product. Today, boon is available throughout Europe for Apple Pay, Google Pay, Garmin Pay and Fitbit Pay.
In future, boon will also be launched outside Europe. boon can be used as a complete white-label or co-branded solution for Wirecard’s existing and future corporate partners.
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