Category: Money


Comviva’s Mobiquity Money Crosses 100 Million Mobile Money Customers

Comviva’s flagship mobile money product, mobiquity(R) Money, has crossed the 100 million registered customers mark across 60 deployments in 45 countries. Moreover, the product processes 3.6 billion mobile money transactions, valuing over $60 billion annually. In celebration of completing a decade of mobiquity(R) Money, the company unveiled a coffee table book chronicling the role the product has played in empowering customers and societies globally. The book provides a selection of human interest stories from mobile money deployments in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Money, Money, Money

This week, Scott and Jamie welcome back Iain ‘sicknote’ Morris to get knee-deep in the barrage of quarterly financials. In the UK, BT has wobbly through the three months like a bland jelly, Nokia and Ericsson contemplate life in the spending drought, while the technology giants suck up profits like a demonic Henry the Hoover. We also have a go at guessing what Apple might spent the billions it has stashed away in the bank…

Mobile money could make Africa the new boss

Samsung Pay has officially launched in the UK, continuing the evolution of the digital economy, but does this technology have the potential to disrupt the global pecking order?

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Money talks, buzzwords walk

This week the gang brings a guest podder into the Telecoms.com studio to chat about all things to do with monetisation of new tech trends in the telecoms industry. Alonside Mary Clarke from Syniverse, the guys go over the commercialisation of IoT, 5G, big data, giant data, gargantuan data and more; while Mary gives a unique and unconventional definition of “Digital Transformation”. Finally, Jamie reveals a shocking admission which leaves some of the podders enraged.

Join the debate and share your thoughts with us on twitter @telecoms using the hashtag #AWIW.

Android Pay comes to the UK

The UK has officially become the second country to support Android’s smartphone contactless payment system Android Pay, almost a year after the UK launch of Apple Pay.

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