Company will work with Changyou, a digital entertainment company that operates the Mobogenie app store.
Smart Communications serves about 55 percent of the the mobile market in the Philippines.
Developers building apps for Windows Phone and Windows 8 can now enable carrier billing for users in 83 markets who do not have credit cards.
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.
Conference will focus on how mobile technology is revolutionizing and enhancing every aspect of individuals' lives.
In an analysis of 12 international operators, Juniper Research found that margins had fallen by an average of 6.4 percent over a three-year period.
Juniper Research study finds mobile consumption is surging as consumers are either migrating from desktop usage or becoming first-time ecommerce users through their smartphones or tablets.
The trade group has outlined common practices for companies who serve as mobile money providers.
Company used recent investments to enhance its security efforts.
Siddharth Sahi, an industry veteran with more than 10 years of experience with telecoms, will lead the new operation.
Company's currency can be used for games, social networks, multimedia content and smartphone apps.
Bouygues Telecom now lets Windows Phone users pay for digital goods via their monthly phone bill.
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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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.