The trade group has outlined common practices for companies who serve as mobile money providers.
Company used recent investments to enhance its security efforts.
Bango will provide carrier billing, collection and settlement for digital content such as games, e-books, music and videos purchased through the Samsung Galaxy Apps store.
Company will work with AVEA, Turkcell and Vodafone.
Company is the latest direct carrier company to dabble beyond the digital content realm.
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Gemalto will preload China Mobile smartphones with transit application commuters can use to pay fares in Beijing.
FIME's Japanese operation has been accredited as a MasterCard test laboratory for mobile handsets, according to a press release. The testing focuses on confirming the compliance and interoperability with the EMVCo contactless approval process.
Company has launched a program to help developers drive downloads for their apps in emerging markets.
Partnership will enable consumers to charge their bus tickets to their mobile bill using a smartphone app.
Service is live in Madagascar and will be available in more countries in the coming months.
System will be for Android users and will use a special SIM card with NFC tech.
More than 1.25 billion smartphones will be shipped worldwide in 2014.
Boku and IPC Media partnership lets consumers subscribe to periodicals such as woman&home, Marie Claire, InStyle and Ideal Home.
Consumers can use VeriFone Mobile Money's Tap n' Pay applications to pay, buy, bank, bill and remit funds with their mobile phone at the point of sale.
The bill would forbid wireless operators from adding expiration dates to prepaid cards.
Mobile messaging company expands SMS messaging service to U.S., Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Africa and Mexico, among others.
Mobile Embrace Limited signs agreement with major telecom that boasts 176 million subscribers.
SCCP Group becomes goSwiff as company also focuses on marketing services for its clients.