LINE Pay’s Investment in i-Pass Corporation and Its Benefits, Challenges, and Influence on Market Report – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “LINE Pay’s Investment in i-Pass Corporation and Its Benefits, Challenges, and Influence on Market” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report follows the announcement of LINE Pay’s investment in iPass Corporation, and LINE Pay’s claims to roll out new services around summer this year. It also looks at the rumors in late March that LINE Pay planned to sell its stakes in order to set up a pure-play online bank, and how all of these these moves are to heat up competition in Taiwan’s mobile payment market. This report analyzes the benefits and challenges of the cooperation of these two companies, while providing insight into the future development of the Taiwanese mobile payment market.

List of Topics:

  • LINE Pay’s Investment in i-Pass Corporation and Its Benefits, Challenges, and Influence on Market
  • Background of LINE Pay’s investment in i-Pass, touching on the current status and benefits from the perspective of LINE Pay and iPass
  • Potential challenges following the event
  • The potential development of the Taiwanese mobile payment market, with the mobile payment ecosystem included

Key Topics Covered:

1. Background and Current Status

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2. Benefits of the Cooperation

2.1 For LINE Pay

2.1.1 Expansion of Application Areas and Support Channels

2.1.2 Time and Cost Saving and Freedom from Direct Supervision of FSC

2.1.3 Low Barriers to Entry of Electronic Stored Value Cards Help Grow User Base

2.2 For iPass Corporation

2.2.1 New Segment Expansion to Increase User Base

2.2.2 Long-term Loss Situation Likely to be Terminated

2.2.3 SIM Card Replacement Hassle and Low Maximum Transaction Limited of Electronic Stored Value Cards May be Solved

2.3 Example of Cooperation between Japanese Kyash, Suica, and LINE Pay

3. Potential Challenges

3.1 Initial Impact on Subscriber Base is Limited

3.2 Uncertainty in Future Solutions

4. Potential Development in Taiwanese Market

4.1 Competitors May Suffer Customer Loss and Restricted Development

4.2 Market Competition May Intensify Due to Copycat Competitors

5. Conclusion

6. Appendix

7. Glossary of Terms

Companies Mentioned

  • ADTC
  • Amazon
  • Ant Financial
  • Apple
  • Daihatsu
  • E.Sun
  • Easycard
  • eMapgo
  • E-safe
  • Far Eastern
  • FarEasTone
  • Firstbank
  • Ford
  • Fujitsu
  • Gamania
  • GM
  • Gomaji
  • Google
  • Jkos Network
  • KGI Bank
  • Kyash
  • Land Bank of Taiwan
  • MasterCard
  • Paypal
  • Samsung
  • Shin Kong
  • Starbucks
  • Stripe
  • Toyota
  • VISA
  • Volvo
  • Walmart
  • Yahoo!
  • Yuanta
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