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Apple to Build Mobile-Payments Service, Report Says

Apple to Build Mobile-Payments Service, Report Says | Couponing, M-Couponing, E-Couponing, M-Wallet & Co. | Scoop.it
Apple is serious about leveraging its 500-billion strong customer base for mobile payments, according to a new report.

Via Arnaud Parise
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Not really surprising - but being named Apple isn't any guarantee for success on the much-coveted and confusing mobile payment landscape 

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Arnaud Parise's curator insight, January 26, 2014 5:18 AM

Apple veut lancer son service de paiement mobile. #iphone #NFC #Banking

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I’m Still Waiting for My Phone to Become My Wallet

I’m Still Waiting for My Phone to Become My Wallet | Couponing, M-Couponing, E-Couponing, M-Wallet & Co. | Scoop.it

It’s long been predicted that consumers would be able to wave their cellphones to buy everything from clothes in a department store to beers in a bar. Why isn’t it happening?

sophiedesc's insight:

“Mobile payments are trying to solve a problem that doesn’t exist for most people. You don’t hear people moaning about how hard it is to pay with their credit cards or debit cards.

The biggest problem for paying by cellphone is that so many kinds of businesses are competing to offer services. Companies as varied as phone carriers, banks, credit card companies and technology start-ups have had plans to get into the mobile payment business, but many are locking horns over who can profit the most."

A méditer...

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Benoit Boutry's curator insight, July 28, 2013 9:35 AM

Les moyens techniques sont prêts, il reste à créer l'usage.

Ce sont les commerçants qui sont en première ligne pour attirer les clients vers les solutions mobiles , avec des programmes de fidélité et une nouvelle expérience d'achat.