A convenience store which lets shoppers walk in, load up on the items they want and walk out without having to wait in lines or at checkout counters to pay has recently emerged in HCMC.
As of October 3, smartphones can be used as a tool for Ho Chi Minh City consumers to check a products place of origin when shopping for eggs and poultry in District 1’s Ben Thanh Market.
The Department of Land Transport (DLT) is issuing new driving licenses encoded with QR code with an aim to promote road safety.
Visa Vietnam announced at the end of March that its mVisa, a quick response (QR) code-based payment service, will soon be expanded to merchants and consumers in 10 countries, including Vietnam.
Consumers in Ho Chi Minh City can now use a smartphone app to trace the origin of vegetables sold at Co.opmart, Lotte Mart, Big C and AEON supermarkets under a programme run by the city Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Digital Agriculture Association.
Ho Chi Minh City-based MM Mega Market Vietnam (formerly Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam) has launched its QR code plastering application for product information coding to help the customers seek traceability of food products via their smartphones.