Telenor Serbia launches m-payment

Serbian mobile operator, Telenor, has become the first carrier in the country to enable its subscribers to use mobile phones to access their bank accounts and pay for goods and services. The operator is working with corporate and financial group, Erste Bank, and France’s largest retail banking group, Agricole to offer the services.

EE is introducing the UK's first 4G PAYG plans

The mobile commerce revolution

There are several fundamental financial transaction issues faced by 100’s of millions of adults in Africa on a daily basis, ranging from the ordering and payment of goods and services, to the challenges of traditional banking, bill/tax payments, salary withdrawals and international remittances.

Nokia has confirmed it is "exploring exit strategies" for its mobile money services in India

Carriers to strike gold with mobile money services

To date, predictions that the mobile phone will one day replace the humble leather wallet have gone largely unfounded, despite a growing number of mobile payment and banking services being made available worldwide.

Smartphone is a hotbed of security issues

To date, the humble mobile handset has evaded the vast majority of security threats now commonplace among PC users. But every so often security experts issue a warning about the multitude of dangers mobile phones will be exposed to at various points in the future. This week, one such report was published by the Georgia […]

M-payments set to boom in emerging markets

More than 100 million mobile phone users worldwide will use their handset to make international money transfers by 2013, according to research released this week. Although cross border mobile money transfers are currently in their infancy, analysts at Juniper Research expect the market to gain significant traction over the next two to three years, especially […]

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