Mobile payments solutions for RIM will include Bell ID software

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The smart chip management solutions provider will work with Research In Motion for NFC technology. Smart chip management solutions provider, Bell ID, has revealed that its flagship software will be used by Research In Motion (RIM) in order to provide the security for their mobile payments using NFC technology. This software platform gives a number of stakeholders the chance for improved information and security coordination. This makes it possible for them to bring the necessary data and security together to make it possible to provide mobile payments services through smartphones…

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Mobile payments method chosen by RIM receive Visa’s nod

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BlackBerry technology will build on the EnStream joint wireless network venture in Canada. Research In Motion (RIM) has announced that it has just received its mobile payments method approval from the Visa credit card system due to its ability to securely handle the processes and transactions. This green light is considered to be a significant step forward for the BlackBerry device manufacturer. What it means is that it is considerably closer to being able to offer support to any device that is using the mobile payments technology from RIM. It…

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Mobile payments growing among Canadian small businesses

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These systems are increasing in popularity as smaller companies seek alternatives to traditional platforms. Mobile payment technology is starting to take off among small businesses in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, as they seek to discover alternatives to the traditional online platforms and point of sale systems. Now that there are a growing number of players in the marketplace, businesses have choice. Among the various options that are starting to make some headway in the Canadian mobile payments marketplace among small business is Square. This American startup provides merchants…

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Mobile payments claims by Rogers called false by PayPal

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The telecom company had stated that it was launching the first service of its kind in Canada. A mobile payments battle has developed between Rogers Communications and PayPal, as the latter has alleged that the former’s claims about being the first to offer this service in Canada is untrue. The new Rogers and CIBC service, Suretap, will be the first to use near field communication technology. That is true, as it is the first time that a mobile payments system will be using NFC technology in that country. However, Rogers…

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Mobile commerce in Canada could see top numbers in smartphone payments

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Canadian mobile commerce companies may experience record number of payments made over smartphones. As the news is released that the initial launch of the first smartphone payments for mobile commerce could be in as little as six months, thousands of retailers in Canada have already integrated the necessary equipment to make it possible for consumers to use those devices to pay for their purchases. This has made the country a leader in the development of a mobile payment system, causing many to start speculating if it could make cash obsolete…

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