Barclays Pingit: Mobile Payment Service

Pingit, Barclays Mobile Payment Service, Money Transfer

Barclays Pingit : Mobile Payment Service

Sending or Receiving Money : Article

6 Sep 2012

Pingit Payment Service

Barclays Pingit is the new mobile payment service from Barclays that allows you to send and receive money using just a mobile phone number.

– Anyone can use Barclays Pingit to send or receive money

– Send up to £750 a day to family, friends and small businesses

– The Barclays Pingit app is free to download and use

– Barclays Pingit makes it easier to settle up. Use the new ‘Request a Payment’ service to remind your friends and family about money owed to you

According to the research:

• With over 800,000 downloads of the app, users have transferred around £10,000,000
• The oldest Pingit user is 97
• Average users log in 6 times a week

Comments on this Barclays Pingit advice article are welcome.

Barclays Center Brooklyn
Barclays Center
image © SHoP Architects
Barclays Center Brooklyn
Ever seen a sports arena guarded by a giant Anaconda? In the Brooklyn borough of New York City, the neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, Park Slope and Prospect Heights have new company in their vicinity – a giant cuddle-up Anaconda. Its bold presence has impregnated the air with fear, inhibition and much excitement. A major transformation of the neighborhoods is in process, which would be exponential once the Anaconda is awake.
A street view of Barclays Center – a multipurpose sports and entertainment arena – located at the confluence of Flatbush or Altantic Avenue, resembles a giant cuddled-up Anaconda, with contours of its skin fabricated by a latticework system of 12,000 uniquely sized, rust-colored, pre-weathered steel panels.

Seasonal Architecture : article by Trevor Tucker – 15 Feb 2011
“Do you use the front room much,” I ask a friend the other night, over a glass of wine as our kids rumble away upstairs. Six of us are sitting by a huge hearth in his back room mellowing out as the heat makes its way into our bones. “Well, not much…in the summer we’re there a lot.”

This is how my grandmother used to talk. There were rooms in her house that, come winter, were practically off limits. As the sun and temperatures shifted, so did the way you lived inside the big homestead. This is far from the experience of my urban peers. In their sea of tract housing, one can barely notice all the subtle changes of the changing seasons.

Barclays Center

Barclays Center NY

Barclays Center Designers : SHoP Architects

Landscape Architecture

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