Company offers mobile operators the ability to send marketing messages in real time.
Companies will give U.K. consumers the ability to to buy digital content by tapping their smartphone on an advertisement that features either an NFC tag, QR code or beacon technology.
Bango Grid is meant to reduce the time to launch carrier billing routes.
Mobile money is now available in 61 percent of developing markets.
Phone-on-File is a new cross-platform product that lets consumers store their mobile phone number as a preferred payment method for one-time and subscription purchases.
The tool is intended to be used by Web, game and app developers to benchmark their revenue in markets with high smartphone growth and low credit card penetration.
Web widget has a new identification feature to streamline future payments on a merchant's website or app.
Alcatel OneTouch users in 88 countries can make one-click payments in the App Center app store.
Subscribers will be able to make purchases on their mobile devices using their mobile phone numbers.
Partnership enables WorldRemit customers to send remittances instantly to MTN’s Mobile Money customers.
Money-On-Mobile is a mobile payments service provider that enables Indian consumers to use a mobile phone to pay for goods and services, or transfer funds from one cell phone to another using SMS text.
Rubikomm, a subsidiary of the well-known European vendor Evisteland, has products installed in more than 15 countries, and works with 25 operators globally, serving over 450 million subscribers.
The product enables cellular operators to manage files and applets on subscribers' SIM cards.
Direct carrier biller enables online payments and in-app purchases for more than 18 million Safaricom customers.
Some 30,000 retail locations will accept NFC-based system.
Developers publishing games on 9Game now have the opportunity to collect additional revenue from up to 83 countries through direct carrier billing.
South African MNO customers can purchase applications from Samsung's Galaxy Apps store and charge it directly to their mobile phone bill or airtime.
Company will work with Changyou, a digital entertainment company that operates the Mobogenie app store.
Company's direct carrier billing product will be implemented for payments in the manufacturers' app stores and Fortumo's app catalog will become available for device preloads.
Apple Pay is expected to drive NFC purchases together with a host of anticipated deployments by banks using solutions based on HCE technology.