Revenue soared 36% in the quarter to $4.5 billion from $3.3 billion last year. Analysts were expecting revenue of $4.37 billion.
Net income was $2.1 billion, or $2.08 a share, rising from $1.4 billion, or $1.41 a share, a year ago. Analysts anticipated $1.74 a share.
The stock was at $390 in premarket trading, up 2%. It has climbed 18% over the past six months.
“We delivered solid revenue and earnings growth this quarter, fueled by the execution of our strategy and the continued recovery in domestic and cross-border spending,” said Michael Miebach, Mastercard’s chief executive.
“International travel is still in the early stages of recovery and represents additional upside potential. We continue to focus on diversifying our business and investing for sustained long-term growth.”
Mastercard will combine its own network with Verizon's 5G connectivity to drive solutions for the global-payments and commerce ecosystem. The two companies plan to innovate in in contactless shopping and autonomous checkout technology.
Also two weeks ago, The Reserve Bank of India indefinitely barred Mastercard from issuing new credit or debit cards to domestic customers.