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The Guardian has announced a new payment system to help make its users feel more confident.
Users will be able to pay for their internet and mobile apps and apps will also have access to Guardian payment systems for their own apps, books, music and media content.
The system will be available to new and existing Guardian customers from today, and will be made available to users in the UK, the US, Germany, France, Australia and New Zealand.
In the US and UK, Guardian customers will be allowed to pay with the Guardian Wallet app, which will be free to download for a limited time.
It will be possible to pay via an app for the first time in the US in 2018, and users will also be able use the new Guardian Pay app to pay.
To get started with the new payment service, users will need to register for an account on the Guardian website.
Guardian Payments will be a new type of service and not a new way to pay, said Ben Walker, general manager of Guardian Payments.
“The Guardian Pay is a service that allows users to securely and securely manage their payments using their own credit and debit cards,” Walker said.
He added: “Our goal with Guardian Payments is to help people be confident in the digital currency they use every day.
We want to make it easier for people to use their digital currency.”
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