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October 21st, 2014 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 21 October 2014, 11:20

Singtel charges Angry Birds toys to buyers phone bills

Singapore carrier Singtel is taking carrier billing into the physical goods world with a pilot test of a service that lets customers order Angry Birds plush toys for delivery to their home address and charge the cost to their phone bill. In the first week, “we’re already seeing five times lower shopping cart abandonment than previously with credit-card billing based checkout,” supplier Fortumo says.

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October 20th, 2014 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 20 October 2014, 14:29

Starbucks to offer mobile ordering and payments across US in 2015

Starbucks customers in Portland are to be the first in the US to be able to order and pay for their coffee ahead of arrival and the service will be rolled out across the country in 2015, the company has announced. The move follows the introduction of a QR code-based mobile ordering service in Korea in June.

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October 20th, 2014 • By Rian Boden • Last updated 20 October 2014, 12:39

JPMorgan Chase CEO outlines mobile wallet strategy

JPMorgan Chase plans to make its debit and credit cards available in a wide array of mobile wallets — including one of its own to be launched later this year — even if that means cutting current margins, CEO Jamie Dimon has told analysts during the bank's third quarter earnings call.

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October 20th, 2014 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 20 October 2014, 11:50

MasterCard backs Zwipe fingerprint payment card

MasterCard has partnered with Zwipe, maker of a contactless payment card that includes an integrated fingerprint biometric sensor, for the commercial launch of the technology following a pilot with Norway’s Sparebanken DIN.

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October 20th, 2014 • By Rian Boden • Last updated 20 October 2014, 10:06

Dubai ambulances adopt NFC

The Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) has launched an app that lets users store medical information and contact details that can be retrieved in an emergency with a tap of an NFC phone.

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October 17th, 2014 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 17 October 2014, 13:28

Visa details Apple Pay setup process

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users with Visa cards issued by Bank of America, Capital One, Citi Bank, Chase and Wells Fargo Bank will be able to use Apple Pay in stores from launch on 20 October, Visa says.

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October 17th, 2014 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 17 October 2014, 13:01

Apple builds SIM into iPad Air 2

Buyers of the iPad Air 2 will be the first to use a new Apple SIM that comes preinstalled in the Wi-Fi+Cellular version of the tablet and looks set to be the first implementation of a "SIM Within" patent published in November 2011.

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October 17th, 2014 • By Rian Boden • Last updated 17 October 2014, 12:12

Five hundred banks sign up for Apple Pay

Apple customers in the US will be able to use their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to make Apple Pay mobile payments from Monday 20 October, CEO Tim Cook has announced, and 500 banks have now signed up to offer the service to their customers. Owners of the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will also be able to use Apple Pay for in-app purchases.

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October 15th, 2014 • By Rian Boden • Last updated 15 October 2014, 13:50

Groupe BPCE launches Twitter money transfers

Groupe BPCE, the second largest banking group in France, has launched a service that will let users of its S-Money mobile app send money transfers via Twitter.

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October 15th, 2014 • By Rian Boden • Last updated 15 October 2014, 13:21

Tesco tests PowaTag mobile payments

UK supermarket giant Tesco is conducting a one week test of Powa's PowaTag mobile payments technology at its Dean Street store in London. To promote the service, a free lunchtime Meal Deal was offered on 13 and 14 October to the first five hundred shoppers to download the PowaTag app and use it to pay with their mobile phone.

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March 3rd, 2015

This week's news

  1. Qualcomm demos 3D fingerprint technology for mobile phones
  2. Google confirms Android Pay at MWC
  3. PayPal readies contactless reader
  4. PayPal to buy MCX supplier Paydiant
  5. Apple Watch to replace car keys
  6. ZTE launches smartphone with retina scanning for authentication
  7. Video shows Samsung Pay in action
  8. NXP tool helps developers access secure elements
  9. Carta makes HCE simple with hosted Cloud Suite payments platform
  10. Samsung Pay’s success in the US is not assured, says expert
  11. Korea shifts to NFC authentication for mobile banking
  12. Mobile money users grow 41% in 2014
  13. Oberthur’s Pearl SE embedded in Galaxy S6
  14. Niemann Foods rolls out beacon marketing
  15. MasterCard discusses how Samsung Pay works
  16. Samsung unveils Galaxy S6 with NFC and LoopPay mobile payments
  17. Apple Pay provisioning fraud hole “has to get plugged now”
  18. Bank of England ponders own digital currency
  19. Fibank to launch HCE mobile payments
  20. LG smart watch to offer NFC payments
  21. Barclays to allow Twitter payments
  22. Morgan Stanley joins Apple Pay
  23. Diageo unveils smart whisky bottle with ‘game-changing’ NFC tags
  24. Chip makers AMS and ST team up for wearable NFC payments
  25. Google ‘to release Android Pay API in May’
  26. Chase discusses Apple Pay and its own mobile wallet plans
  27. Neiman Marcus rolls out QR payments
  28. MasterCard reports on HCE payments tests in 15 countries
  29. Testing Mobile Payments: HCE and Tokenization webinar — See it now on NFC World
  30. Visa Europe to introduce customized token platform
  31. Australia to get Visa tokens in 2015
 
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