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Results for mobile payment

Switching on mobile wallets in South Africa retailing

The biggest obstacle to making a mobile phone a wallet has always been the sheer complexity of electronic transactions. However, new technology is bringing this dream closer to reality.

By Howard Moodycliffe 3 Dec 2013 14:08

The key to African e-commerce success

Africa is characterised by huge diversity in payment methods and preferences, which means every region or country needs to be approached as a distinct market. Anybody who tries to do e-commerce in Africa offering only global payment methods is setting up for failure.

By Peter Harvey 31 Oct 2013 12:11

Etisalat, MasterCard demonstrate future of mobile payments

To showcase their partnership in bringing new payment solutions to the market, Etisalat and MasterCard demonstrated a new solution for the Google Glass computing device to browse, select and pay for products and services*.

21 Oct 2013 13:15

Launching 'Flous', Egypt's mobile payment gateway

MasterCard, the National Bank of Egypt and Etisalat, have announced the launch of 'Flous', the mobile payment wallet in Egypt, which will bring Etisalat Egypt's subscriber base safe and convenient payment services through the power of their mobile phones.

25 Jun 2013 13:31

Single platform can enable applications, vouchers, payments

Many more shoppers are taking advantage of cellphone apps that allow discounts, payments and rewards.

21 Jan 2013 10:43

Warid Mobicash launches in Congo

Warid Congo S.A, a telecommunication operator in Congo, on Wednesday, 15 February 2012, announced the launch of Warid Mobicash across its network. This offer is based on the Mobile Money technology from Mobicash.

17 Feb 2012 11:39

[2012 trends] Bob, where's my flying car?

Well, much like the '50s 'World of Tomorrow' projections of flying cars, jetpacks and teleportation that we all guffaw, laugh and point at... I'll risk joining their esteemed ranks of ludicrousness by jumping in the mire of guesstimation.

By Matt Ross 31 Jan 2012 11:36

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