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    iKaaz takes NFC to Nigeria

    February 27th, 2014

    Bangalore-based NFC payments provider iKaaz is taking its technology to Nigeria, in partnership with First City Monument Bank. The company, founded by former Nokia Money employees, offers an mPOS device, mobile wallet and NFC stickers that are tied to the customer’s bank account. SMS-based payments are also supported.

    iKaaz launches NFC mPOS reader add-on for mobile phones

    April 18th, 2013

    Mobile payment provider iKaaz, founded by former Nokia Money employees, has launched an NFC reader that converts a mobile phone into a mobile POS device. The reader, priced at less than US$20, plugs into any… More

    Nokia Money to close down

    March 12th, 2012

    Nokia is to close down its Nokia Money service, which was launched in India in late 2011 and was expected to expand internationally. “The mobile financial services business is not core to Nokia so we plan to exit the business,” a Nokia spokesman has told Reuters.

    Does Nokia have plans to launch its own NFC payments service?

    Does Nokia have plans to launch its own NFC payments service?

    July 29th, 2009

    The handset giant has submitted international trademark applications for a new brand name, ‘Nokia Money’, described as a financial transaction service providing secure transactions using a mobile phone at a point of sale.  More