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Mobile Minutes: Chase Pay and Walmart Pay; Facebook’s Internet service; Bitcoin in 2016; T-Mobile’s wireless data

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January 4, 2016

Chase throws its hat into the mobile payments ring

Chase throws its hat into the mobile payments ring

Chase, Wal-Mart seek to disrupt mobile payments business in 2016
American consumers will have more choices in 2016 for how they make purchases with their smartphones as big banks and retailers vie for market share against tech giants Apple Inc. and Google.
Read more on Bloomberg

Facebook’s free Internet service shut down in Egypt
Free Basics, the increasingly controversial Facebook service that provides users in the developing world with free access to select websites on mobile devices, has been shut down in Egypt.
Read more on USA Today

What’s next for bitcoin in 2016
Bitcoin and the characters attracted to the digital currency continue to be the biggest rivals to its success.
Read more on Fortune

T-Mobile: Who needs a cable company anyway?
T-Mobile’s recent offer of free wireless data for video from streaming services such as HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and Showtime could theoretically help subscribers cut the cord, not just on pay TV, but also on wireline broadband.
Read more on Wall Street Journal

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