Articles Tagged ‘PayPass’


MasterCard brings NFC payments on Samsung devices to Australia

December 13, 2013

Commonwealth Bank of Australia customers who own a Samsung Galaxy S4 can now pay for purchases using the bank’s mobile application at merchants accepting MasterCard PayPass contactless payments.

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MasterCard, ING bridge desktop, mobile commerce via new payment service

November 8, 2012

MasterCard and ING Group are trialing a new mobile payment strategy that gives consumers a way to begin shopping online via desktop or tablet and complete a purchase using their mobile phone.

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Massive worldwide deployment of contactless mobile payments set for 2012

February 7, 2011

The near field communication ecosystem is finally coming together, setting the stage for the massive worldwide deployment of contactless mobile payments in 2012.

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Contactless mobile payments must prove value-add for retailers: Waspit

December 13, 2010

Emerging alternate payments options such as mobile contactless payments need to be better, faster and cheaper than card-based methods for retailers while also giving consumers greater control in the process.

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MasterCard-approved mobile payment sticker debuts – News briefs

June 2, 2010

Todays news briefs – MasterCard-approved mobile payment sticker debuts; Magento and Zoovy power mobile commerce platforms.

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MasterCard, PayPal reveal conflicting views of mobile financial services

March 25, 2010

LAS VEGAS – While CTIA panelists were bullish about the prospects for mobile financial services, their visions of the future of mobile banking differed based on where they sit in the ecosystem.

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MasterCard launches PayPass trial on BlackBerry devices

December 2, 2009

MasterCard Canada has launched a trial of its PayPass payment service with Research In Motion’s BlackBerry smartphones.

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