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The new payment system, which will be rolled out nationwide, will allow Australians to pay for everything from basic necessities like rent to flights with a credit card.

The new system will make it easier to pay bills online and in-person, and is designed to make it possible for people to pay their bills and bills to their loved ones at the same time.

Visa said the card would also be the first in Australia to be able to offer credit and debit cards.

“This innovative payment solution will give Australians access to the benefits of payment technologies that are currently not available to them,” the company said in a statement.

It said customers would have the ability to make payments through their mobile phones or online through the Visa app.

There will be no cost for Australians to use this service.

Customers will have access to a number of payment solutions that can include cash, mobile and virtual wallets, as well as the ability for them to make payment via a range of other payment methods.

This means there will be a wide range of payment options available to consumers and they will be able, for example, to pay with their own credit or debit card or use a debit card to pay a mobile bill.

To help make the payment system more secure, it will offer a 3-step authentication process to allow customers to be added to the system and to enable payments to be verified using biometric identifiers such as fingerprints, irises or palm prints.

Payment options will also include credit cards with an embedded QR code that will allow the consumer to pay directly with the card in a secure environment.

With the rollout, Visa will also launch a payment service called Visa Mastercard, which offers the same features as Visa Visa.

While Australia is the first country to implement the Visa MasterCard, Visa Mastercards are also available in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and China.

Read more:Visa is expanding to more countries around the world, with a global rollout planned for the end of 2018.

In Australia, there will also be a pilot for a Visa PayPass card that will be offered at a number and convenience locations around the country.

Under the pilot, Visa Paypass cards will be available to pay in cash, with the cards available for purchase in the online stores.

By 2020, the Australian Federal Government will be using a total of $2 billion to help fund the rollout of the new Visa Pay Pass card.

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