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Garanti Bank launches NFC payments in Romania

October 23rd, 2013

Customers of Turkey-based Garanti Bank in Romania can now use their mobile phones to make payments in the capital city of Bucharest. The service uses Seamless’ Seqr payments platform, enabling merchants to accept mobile payments… More

CommBank to launch NFC payments using embedded secure elements

October 22nd, 2013

Commonwealth Bank of Australia has announced a series of upgrades to its mobile banking and payments service, including plans to offer NFC payments using secure elements embedded in “certain phones” and NFC stickers that can… More

Australian supermarket chain tests NFC stickers

October 21st, 2013

Australian supermarket chain Coles is testing a contactless payment sticker that attaches to a customer’s mobile phone. “By simply attaching the ‘sticker’ tag to a mobile phone, Coles MasterCard customers will no longer have to… More

French region provides multimedia content to tourists via NFC

October 15th, 2013

Five thousand hotels, campsites and holiday villages in the Ardèche region of France are being provided with NFC and QR stickers that allow tourists to access multimedia content about local sites of interest. One hundred… More

Nokia Music and Wooshping offer NFC playlists at NY music venue

October 9th, 2013

Nokia Music and UK-based NFC specialist Wooshping have teamed up to offer exclusive music playlists via NFC posters and stickers to gig goers at New York’s Webster Hall. More

Dialog adds NFC payment stickers

October 1st, 2013

Sri Lankan mobile network operator Dialog has expanded its contactless fuel payment card service to include NFC stickers that can be affixed to phones, wallets and keyrings, Lanka Business Today reports. “This is the next phase in the development of NFC technology and will pave the way to offer a wider range of services to Sri Lankan consumers”, says Fariq Cader, Dialog Axiata’s senior general manager for mobile money and payments.

FollowMeSticker.com adds NFC

August 7th, 2013

FollowMeSticker.com has added NFC tags to its range of social media sharing stickers. “It has been a lot of work, but I’m very excited about NFC and all the possibilities it brings,” says owner and founder Stuart Lawson.

McDonald’s adds NFC games to restaurant tables

July 15th, 2013

McDonald’s has launched an NFC campaign in Singapore that turns dining tables into interactive racing tracks. The Happy Table initiative, delivered in partnership with worldwide advertising agency DDB, is currently running in one location as… More

Tap For Message adds NFC to gifts and greeting cards

July 15th, 2013

US-based startup Tap For Message is using NFC to add personalised audio and video messages to greeting cards, stickers, hang tags and gift card holders. NFC phone users can record their message using their smartphone… More

Pelephone launches NFC service in Israel

June 18th, 2013

Mobile network operator Pelephone is to launch an NFC digital wallet in Israel, initially using contactless stickers, in partnership with credit card companies Leumi Card and Isracard. The service is set to go live in… More

Billboard magazine puts on music with NFC tags

June 10th, 2013

Billboard Brasil has trialled a special edition magazine with an NFC sticker on its front cover in São Paulo, and now plans to roll out another NFC edition across other areas of Brazil within the next… More

Garanti Bank to launch NFC and QR payments in Romania

June 6th, 2013

Swedish mobile payment specialist Seamless has partnered with Turkey’s Garanti Bank to launch its Seqr NFC and QR payments platform in Romania — and plans to launch the service in the UK later this year. Starting… More

Narvesen expands NFC loyalty across Latvia

May 21st, 2013

Norwegian convenience store chain Narvesen has launched an NFC sticker based loyalty program across all of its 250 stores in Latvia, and the company has told NFC World that mobile payments are a possibility in… More

NFC stickers impress retailers at Sydney show

May 20th, 2013

NFC marketing specialist TapNShow’s NFC stickers have been hailed a success by exhibitors at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, a two-week celebration of Australian culture that attracts some 900,000 visitors annually. Woolworths, Voodooo Rocky Road,… More

Identive ships 1m stickers to Africa

April 24th, 2013

One million NFC TOM (Tag on Metal) phone stickers have been ordered from Identive for “a banking and payment program in Africa”, the company has announced. All the stickers will be shipped during the current quarter.

NFC store launches in HK

April 22nd, 2013

RFID manufacturer Hong Kong RFID has launched an online NFC tag shop, nfc-shop.net. The store offers labels, waterproof wristbands, key fobs and a variety of stickers.

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

Metz gets NFC parking

March 26th, 2013

Drivers in Metz, France can now register online to get an NFC sticker that allows them to pay for their stay at a 2,100 place underground car park without a ticket or cash. When entering… More

Citi releases Singapore stickers

March 4th, 2013

Citibank has introduced contactless payment stickers in Singapore with its Quick Pay Tag service. The stickers, which can be used for payments of up to S$100 (US$80), are available for all customers of Citibank Singapore to link with any Citibank Visa credit card. For added security, users can switch their tag on and off with an SMS message.

Kuwait buses test stickers

February 24th, 2013

Boloro Kuwait has completed a contactless payments pilot on public transit in Kuwait City. The trial, in partnership with mobile network Zain, saw customers use contactless stickers attached to their phones to pay for journeys on buses operated by Kuwait Public Transport Company (KPTC) and CityGroup. A 16 digit code links the Boloro sticker to the customer’s prepaid mobile account, and a receipt delivered by SMS confirms each transaction. “The pilot has been a success on all counts,” says the company.

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