News about Moneto and NFC.
July 24th, 2013
The Moneto prepaid mobile wallet service, which uses DeviceFidelity's microSD-based NFC technology, is now available in the UK via a partnership with payments processor Kalixa Group and MasterCard. The service is available at launch for...
November 28th, 2012
DeviceFidelity's NFC mobile wallet solution is now available at MetroPCS stores in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Moneto Android kit is based on a prepaid MasterCard account and uses an NFC-enabled microSD card to...
November 16th, 2012
The prepaid card specialist's 84 financial institution clients will be able to provide customers with mobile wallets based on DeviceFidelity's Moneto platform, which uses NFC-enabled cases and microSD cards to add mobile payments capabilities to Apple iPhone and Android devices.
September 11th, 2012
Beginning with the UK, consumers in Europe will be able to equip their Apple and Android smartphones with an NFC add-on and use it to make prepaid contactless payments from later this year.
August 29th, 2012
A number of improvements have been announced for Moneto, the DeviceFidelity microSD-based payments service that lets any US consumers add NFC functionality to their iPhone or Android device: iPhone owners can now opt to use...
May 16th, 2012
The NFC-on-microSD specialist's new iCaisse4X iPhone case combines expanded battery life with NFC card emulation, tag reading/writing and peer-to-peer capabilities.
February 28th, 2012
DeviceFidelity's In2Pay iCaisse4 device has become the first NFC solution for Apple iPhones to be certified by MasterCard, allowing it to be used in commercial mobile PayPass deployments. The iCaisse 4 is an iPhone case...
February 21st, 2012
Support for a range of Android phones based on Samsung's Galaxy S has been added to NFC supplier DeviceFidelity's Moneto service. Launched last month with support for Apple iPhones, Moneto allows anyone in the US...
January 25th, 2012
US iPhone users can now order a case containing an NFC microSD card online and use it to make payments with their mobile phone. An Android version will be added during the second quarter of 2012 and there are plans to make the technology available internationally from the end of the year.