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    German carriers and retailers promote NFC mobile payments in Berlin

    April 17th, 2015

    The largest NFC mobile payment initiative in Germany to date has launched in the capital Berlin, as the country’s three mobile network operators, Vodafone Germany, Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica, team up with six major retail… More

    Telefónica O2 to begin beta testing NFC payments in Germany

    January 21st, 2013

    “Soon, children will only know from history books what a wallet and hard cash are,” says René Schuster, CEO of Telefónica Germany, as the carrier prepares to make NFC payments available to customers from next month. More

    Telefónica O2 begins mobile payments rollout in Germany with mPass contactless stickers

    October 2nd, 2012

    The telecoms giant is adding MasterCard PayPass stickers to the mPass service it operates with Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom, allowing users of the mcommerce and ecommerce payments service to also use it to make purchases in stores. More

    German mobile operators to launch joint NFC payments service

    August 16th, 2011

    Vodafone, Telefónica and Deutsche Telekom are to launch a joint NFC payments service under the Mpass brand name early next year, beginning with NFC stickers and then moving on to NFC phones. More

    Survey finds lack of industry coordination delaying NFC uptake

    Survey finds lack of industry coordination delaying NFC uptake

    March 2nd, 2011

    Adoption of mobile payments using near field communication technology is still at least two years away thanks to poor coordination between industry players, according to a survey from Sybase 365. The results of a poll… More

    Deutsche Telekom details T-Mobile NFC rollout plans

    February 21st, 2011

    NFC services will begin in Germany and Poland in 2011 and in the US, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic in 2012. In Germany, the operator looks set to offer its own payments service but in other countries it will partner with other operators or with banks, depending on market conditions. More