Tourists in Hangzhou use mobile phones to pay all costs

2017-04-15 08:35:17 GMT2017-04-15 16:35:17(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, pays the water bill through mobile phone in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) 
Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, pays the water bill through mobile phone in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy (L), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to pay for bus tickets through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy (L), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to pay for bus tickets through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, shows his empty pockets except a mobile phone in hand in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, shows his empty pockets except a mobile phone in hand in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy (L), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, receives medical check after registering through mobile phone at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy (L), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, receives medical check after registering through mobile phone at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy (C), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to buy coffee and bread through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy (C), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to buy coffee and bread through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy (L), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to pay for subway tickets through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy (L), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to pay for subway tickets through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, pays his medical expense through mobile phone at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, pays his medical expense through mobile phone at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, rides a shared bike rented through mobile payment by the West Lake in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, rides a shared bike rented through mobile payment by the West Lake in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy (1st R), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to buy breakfast through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy (1st R), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to buy breakfast through mobile payment in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy (L Front), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to buy vegetables through mobile payment at a market in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy (L Front), an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, takes his American friend to buy vegetables through mobile payment at a market in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, registers through mobile payment at a Chinese medicine clinic in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi) Tim Clancy, an Australian who has lived in Hangzhou for six years with his Chinese wife, registers through mobile payment at a Chinese medicine clinic in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, April 14, 2017. Tim took his American friend to make a cash-free travel for one day in Hangzhou, with mobile phones being used to pay all of their costs. Dubbed the world's largest mobile payment city, more than 98 percent of Hangzhou's taxis, over 95 percent of supermarkets and convenience stores, and more than 50 percent of restaurants in Hangzhou have access to mobile payment services. With smartphones, tourists in Hangzhou can use mobile payment service when shopping, dining, or calling a cab. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
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