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    News about the NFC market in Indonesia — trials, pilots, tests and live services.

    Starbucks takes mobile payments to 260 stores in Indonesia

    November 23rd, 2016

    Customers at coffee chain Starbucks in Indonesia can now make mobile payments at 260 stores nationwide by scanning a barcode at the point of sale using the company’s mobile app and completing the payment using… More

    Indonesian mobile wallet joins with blockchain money transfer network

    November 15th, 2016

    Hong Kong-based blockchain money transfer network OKLink has teamed up with Doku, an Indonesian mobile wallet, to provide customers with cheap, real-time money transfers. The Doku Wallet allows consumers to top up their account via an ATM, through cash at convenience stores, or by linking it with a credit card. OKLink announced last month that it will subsidise all fees on the first US$100,000 of cross-border transfers for every partner on the OKLink network, up to a total of US$100m.

    Mastercard distributes digital humanitarian funds

    November 2nd, 2016

    Mastercard has launched a pilot program with the American Red Cross to use Mastercard Send to distribute funds to families in Indonesia via their mobile phones to buy water and other items during the drought season. A mobile wallet provided by mobile network operator Indosat Ooredoo allows people to receive funds. “Our goal is to provide an innovative service that enables humanitarian and development organisations to distribute funds efficiently and digitally,” says Mastercard’s Shari Krikorian.

    Indosat Ooredoo to launch NFC payments in Indonesia

    March 22nd, 2016

    Telecoms provider Indosat Ooredoo is to launch an NFC-based mobile payment service in Indonesia next month, Detik iNet reports. The move will see the company introduce a D Tap contactless payment card that can be linked to an NFC SIM card to enable payments to be made on a mobile device. The service “can be used by any bank clients and users of any telecommunications operator,” the publication says.

    Singtel integrates taxi app with wallet

    December 11th, 2015

    Customers using communications provider Singtel Group’s mobile wallet services in Southeast Asia will soon be able to book and pay for taxis through the GrabTaxi mobile app. “Customers of AIS, Globe and Telkomsel will be able to book vehicles using the GrabTaxi app and pay for rides using their personal mobile wallets,” Singtel Group says. “The open platform integration to GrabTaxi’s app is expected to be ready by mid-2016.”

    Telkom Indonesia to work with Sony to launch NFC mobile services

    October 16th, 2015

    Telkom Indonesia has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sony to develop an NFC platform based on Sony’s FeliCa technology that will let consumers in Indonesia use NFC mobile phones, smartcards and other devices for… More

    Telkomsel launches NFC mobile payments and loyalty service in Indonesia

    October 16th, 2015

    Mobile network operator Telkomsel Indonesia has launched an NFC mobile payment and loyalty service in partnership with Verifone Mobile Money and financial services provider Finnet Indonesia to allow more than 140m subscribers to tap and… More

    Evercoss to pre-install mobile wallet on handsets

    June 25th, 2015

    Indonesia’s largest smartphone and tablet manufacturer is to pre-install a mobile wallet on up to three million of its mobile devices annually, allowing users to make QR code-based in-store payments, online payments and P2P funds… More

    Australia leads the way for contactless ownership and usage

    May 13th, 2015

    Two thirds of Australians are now aware they own a contactless payment card and 53% have made a contactless transaction, research released by RFi Group has revealed, taking the country to the top of a leaderboard… More

    Jakarta gets NFC rail tickets

    February 17th, 2015

    From this month the 700,000 daily users of Jakarta’s local train network can pay for their tickets with a tap of a contactless wristband or card at any of 64 stations served by Indonesian regional rail operator PT Kai Commuter Jabodetabek (KCJ). KCJ’s new ticketing system has been supplied by Sony FeliCa and support for NFC phones is planned “from the middle of 2015.”

    Indonesia to get NFC payments

    July 8th, 2014

    Indonesian mobile network operator Telkomsel is to launch an NFC mobile payment service in October this year, in partnership with a bank, according to Indonesian Business Daily. Telkomsel currently has 2.5 million customers equipped with an NFC-enabled device.

    Asian mobile alliance promotes NFC with poster campaign

    June 3rd, 2013

    The Conexus Mobile Alliance, a regional grouping of mobile network operators, is promoting NFC throughout Asia with a “Tap and Get” smart poster campaign. Tap and Get rewards customers of Korean carrier KT or Japanese… More

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