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A daily pay app for people to pay for groceries in the state has been launched in New Zealand.

Key points:Daily Pay app will be available in New York, New York City, Los Angeles and other cities across New ZealandThe app will provide mobile banking and payments services to residentsThe app is expected to be available to users of the New Zealand mobile payment service and will be priced between $2.99 to $10.99, the company said.

The app, called Daily Pay, is being launched in Wellington, Auckland, Dunedin, Christchurch and Manawatu.

It allows people to use the app to pay with their phone and to store credit and debit cards in their wallets.

It can be used to pay on the go, or on a daily basis, for groceries, meals, clothes and other necessities.

Daily Pay is one of several digital banking apps in the pipeline, including a mobile payments app from Square.

The company has also launched a mobile wallet and a mobile money service from Ripple.

“We are proud to be partnering with a company that has the vision and the drive to create the world’s first ever mobile banking app that enables residents of New Zealand to pay in their homes,” a spokesperson for Daily Pay said.

“While we are proud of the launch of Daily Pay in New Britain, it is an example of how our mobile payment technology will be used by everyday Kiwis to keep the family going and to stay connected to the people in their lives.”

New Zealand is the first country in the world to roll out a mobile payment system that will allow us to keep families and friends connected, and to support their businesses.

“The New Zealanders will be able to pay using their mobile phone or the app’s online wallet to use it to access their payments on their phones, the spokesperson said.

They will be asked to provide a credit or debit card, and the app will then confirm that the transaction has been authorised by the recipient.”

They will also be asked for their details and password and the wallet will then provide a link to their wallet,” the spokesperson added.

New Zealand’s payments industry was one of the first to be transformed by the rise of mobile technology, with more than 80 per cent of payments made on mobile devices being processed using mobile phones.

While mobile payments are still in its early stages, mobile payments have also been a significant driver of the economy and New Zealand has been one of Australia’s fastest-growing mobile payment markets.

In addition to Daily Pay’s launch in Wellington and Auckland, the app is also set to be launched in Los Angeles, Los Santos and Las Vegas, with a further rollout planned for other cities in Australia, the US, Canada and the Caribbean.

The spokesperson said the company’s aim was to enable New Zealand residents to pay bills online using their smartphones.”

We are confident that the app and the technology it uses will give us a huge advantage over competitors.”