TransferTo said the Mobile Money hub launch means that consumers will be able to send funds in real time to mobile money accounts in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
The service will enable Sprint customers to sign up for a Sprint-branded prepaid MasterCard and store it in a digital wallet.
3 Italia is now offering its 10 million subscribers the opportunity to pay for purchases in Google Play as well as Windows Phone Store with direct carrier billing.
Bango and Telkom South Africa have partnered to launch carrier billing in Google Play, a first for Africa.
Mobile Payments Today has released its latest survey for the upcoming 2016 Mobile Payments State of the Industry Report.
A deal with Huawei gives the mobile payments company more coverage, especially in emerging markets.
Mobileview Italia was sold by its German parent company, dtms.
The company will work with Mobilink, Telenor, Zong, Ufone, and Warid, which have a combined 136 million subscribers.
The new service enables MTN customers in both countries to receive a Western Union money transfer transaction in their mobile wallet.
ValueCard and MeaWallet have agreed to a strategic partnership to deliver open and closed loop mobile payment services to bank, retailers and MNOs.
Several African mobile operators — such as Vodacom Tanzania and MTN Uganda — are now generating more than 10 percent of their revenues from mobile money.
The M1 mPOS also enables the merchant to track and view all transactions through the mobile app and online Web portal.
Danal will provide services such as auto form-filling/checkout and registration, ID check and localization services.
Ooredoo Group is a leading international communications company with a customer base of more than 93 million worldwide.
Onebip users can earn kooma looma loyalty points on purchases made through its payment system.
Company is the world's first mobile network operator to deploy FIDO authentication throughout its network.
The partnership gives Zain mobile carrier subscribers the ability to use one-tap mobile payments to purchase games and apps.
The report also reveals that, although the OS app stores will represent the biggest slice of carrier billing revenues by 2019, they accounted for only 14 percent in 2014.
Through the agreement, Mitashi can start collecting payments made by users of its smartphones in 88 countries through carrier billing.
The partnerships offer cross-platform carrier billing capabilities to more than 32 million mobile subscribers in Taiwan.