Buy now, pay later brand Klarna launches in NZ

Staff reporters
Tue, 04 May 2021

Staff reporters
Tue, 04 May 2021
Swedish payments giant Klarna is now doing business in New Zealand, offering shoppers yet another option to purchase using buy now, pay later.In a release, the company said Kiwi consumers will be able to use its service ‘Pay in 4’ and split online purchases into four interest-free equal payments through both the Klarna app and directly via integrated partner retailers.Founded in 2005 in Stockholm, in February last year Commonwealth Bank of Australia announced a hook-up with Klarna.CBA, which owns ASB in NZ, and Klarna will spli...

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