Visa Inc reported a better-than-expected adjusted quarterly profit and said the mobile payment industry would be "a great driver" for business, sending its shares up nearly 4 per cent in extended trading.
Apple unveiled a watch, two larger iPhones and a mobile payments service on Tuesday as chief executive officer Tim Cook seeks to revive the technology company's reputation as a wellspring of innovation.
The first new product t
Etisalat Group, a leading telecoms operator in MEA, and MasterCard are showcasing innovative mobile payment solutions at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
“Over the last few years, Etisalat has used the
Visa, the global digital payments company, will offer clients new options to securely deploy mobile payment programs, including for the first time an option to host Visa payWave-enabled accounts in a secure, virtual cloud.
Egypt-based Arpu Plus, a leading provider of monetisation solutions and an OTVentures subsidiary company, has launched the first open mobile payment platform in the region that is expected to revolutionise digital shopping.
UAE-based Mashreq, a leading financial institution, has announced the launch of Mashreq Payport, the region’s first fully EMV chip and PIN compliant mobile POS solution.
For businesses that are dependent on cash to facilitat
UK-based Luup, a global mobile payment solutions provider, recently launched a mobile travel authorisation and budget management service at a top financial technology showcase in London.
This service is part of Luup’s corporate mobile paym
Siemens will launch its new walletXpress mobile payment platform, which offers new services and products in the area of multimedia, ticketing, energy and health, at the upcoming Mobile Money Global Conference and Expo to be held in Dubai.
Consumers across Middle East will soon be able to purchase content from the Nokia Ovi Store with billing directly to their Etisalat mobile phone account.
Etisalat subscribers will now have the choice to pay for any applications via their E
Dubai eGovernment has recorded a surge in demand for its mPay service with 8,380 transactions registered in 2009 and more than Dh1.5 million ($408,000) in payments processed compared.
This compares with only 298 transactions and Dh25,000 i