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Weekly Subscription News: ACH, In-App Payments and eCommerce

Featuring Mastercard, JPMorgan, Google, Spotify, Bumble and Ordergroove

In this week’s subscription round-up, Google is now allowing Spotify and Bumble to bill U.S. users within the apps, and 80 million people are now paying for YouTube Premium and YouTube Music. Also, Mastercard and JPMorgan are launching a new digital banking payment platform to streamline ACH payments, Amazon Prime and Walmart+ go head-to-head to compete for new subscribers, and the FTC has concerns about TikTok and Twitter.

Google Now Allows Spotify and Bumble to Bill U.S. Users Inside Apps
CNBC

80 Million People Are Paying YouTube for Premium and Music
Tubefilter

Mastercard and JPMorgan Launch Pay by Bank to Streamline ACH Payments
PYMNTS.com

Ordergroove Picks Up $100M to Grow eCommerce Subscriptions as a Service
TechCrunch

FTC Has ‘Deep Concern’ About Twitter: ‘No CEO Is Above the Law’
Media Post

Peacock Makes Big Play for Cord Cutters with Live TV from All Local NBC Stations
The Verge

Amazon Prime and Walmart+ Go Head-to-Head for New Subscribers
Insider Intelligence

As FTC Renews Calls for TikTok Ban, European User Data Heads to China
Tubefilter

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