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    Rail passengers pilot mobile ticketing at 230 UK stations

    February 2nd, 2016

    Technology that will enable rail passengers in the UK to travel across the country using a barcoded mobile ticket sent directly to their smartphone is undergoing pilot testing at 230 railway stations in the north of England, Scotland and the Midlands. More

    Dutch commuters to get Bluetooth offers

    November 3rd, 2015

    Dutch public transport operator Syntus is to send out offers and promotions to commuters using a national network of 3,000 Bluetooth beacons that work in conjunction with a mobile ticketing app provided by Corethree. “Using the company’s proprietary platform Core Engine, the m-ticket will be able to give customers an enhanced experience by linking their journeys with local offers and promotions,” Corethree says.

    NICE rolls out Masabi mobile ticketing and payments in Nassau County

    June 6th, 2014

    Veolia Transportation is rolling out a mobile ticketing and payment service on the NICE bus and paratransit system in New York’s Nassau County, in partnership with mobile ticketing and payment provider Masabi. The roll out… More

    Orange tests NFC ticketing at Stade de France

    May 11th, 2012

    Mobile network operator Orange has conducted an NFC trial at the Stade de France, the country’s national stadium. The trial took place on Saturday 5 May for a Top 14 rugby match between Racing Métro… More

    Ticketfriend unveils NFC event ticketing system

    August 1st, 2011

    The new service is designed to provide event promoters with an end-to-end ticketing system which is cheaper than existing solutions and provides a wide range of added value social media, marketing and promotion options. More

    VimpelCom and Ambiq provide NFC ticketing for St Petersburg Metro

    June 22nd, 2011

    The Russian telecoms giant has partnered with the NFC specialist to allow St Petersburg commuters to use their mobile phones to pay for their tickets, in the first stage of a planned national NFC service. More

    NFC news in brief • 23 May 2011

    May 23rd, 2011

    News in brief from the NFC world and beyond: Twitter and Docomo add ‘touch and follow’ • Doubletwist shares songs with NFC • Airtag offers P2P loyalty • Lifera and Taztag tie up • Lockitron opens doors with NFC • DPT unveils NFC-enabled car park pay machine • SK C&C USA rebrands as CorFire • Bayer puts antennas into decorative films • Mobey Forum expands • and much more…  More