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The Seventh Annual Billing Household Survey from Fiserv supports the assertion that mobile bill pay use has moved from the "early adopter" to the "early majority" phase.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in June, and what we can learn from them.
Rich McIver examines the different players in this unique market.
Customers expect a personalized experience that surprises and delights them, and most will trade bits of information about themselves if they receive something in return.
One long-time industry supporter is exploring the formation of a group that would help promote the benefits of direct carrier billing and mobile money services worldwide.
Suretap now boasts support from Bell, Telus and its subsidiary Koodo, and Virgin Mobile Canada. CIBC also will allow its customers to load their credit cards into the mobile wallet, and consumers have the ability to store gift cards from more than 30 retailers.
Consumers with a natural sense of curiosity want to engage with technology, says Eric Vazquez, project manager for Encore Event technologies, but will the technology provide value to the consumer and if so, in what form and to what end?
Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, wrote a blog post about what the industry can do to help strengthen this sector.
With remittance fees as high as 12 percent, many migrant workers are stuck in a bind. Hence, some migrants are turning to bitcoin "rebittances" as a less expensive alternative.
The payments industry doesn't know much about Microsoft's plan for mobile payments, but Thomas Yohannan gives his take on the situation.
For all the talk about third-party mobile payment providers in recent weeks, financial institutions can still have a place in the conversation going forward.
John A. Cassara, a former U.S. intelligence officer, shares his experiences from his time in Lesotho.
Martin Cox, global head of sales for Bell ID, examines how the new kid on the block stacks up against Apple Pay and Samsung Pay for financial institutions.
Technology should be used in way that's natural for consumers to interact with, and enhance the brand story, rather than be the story itself, says Ben Putland, director of software analysis and development for Grand Visual.
Apple has added private-label and loyalty card support to its mobile payment system. The company also has announced that Apple Pay will launch in the UK next month.
Consumers want to interact with technology, but that technology has to make sense for both the business and its customers, says Paula Suarez, director of software analysis and development for Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants Inc.
Gemalto is working with rugby and soccer clubs in the U.K. on a contactless wristband that could eliminate the need for fans to carry cash with them on match days.
By not providing a mobile point of sale application to their merchant customers, banks lose out on valuable revenues from a rapidly growing market.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in May, and what we can learn from them.
Google is back in the game with another mobile payments product, but how does it stack up against Apple Pay and Samsung Pay? Michelle Evans, senior consumer finance analyst at Euromonitor International, examines where Android Pay stands at this point.