Mobile payments partnership reached among European giants

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Telenor and Telefonica have both signed on with Fortumo in a deal to reach 460 million consumers. The telecommunications operators, Telenor and Telefonica, from Europe, have boosted the reach of their mobile payments programs by 460 million users now that they have signed on with Fortumo, a firm that specializes in the service. This has helped to boost Fortumo’s position among the leaders in this very rapidly growing industry. The partnership among Fortumo, Telefonica, and Telenor will assist in providing direct carrier mobile payments billing services for an additional 460…

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Mobile payments partnership formed between NCR and LevelUp

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The agreement will bring the technology to a larger number of restaurants. Leading retail point of sale (POS) software supplier for American restaurants, NCR, has partnered with LevelUp to bring the mobile payments app into the POS systems in order to be able to complete dining transactions. The startup is hoping that this will help it to make greater inroads into this rapidly growing market. This is especially important because restaurants are proving to be one of the most important growth areas for mobile payments. LevelUp has now formed this…

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Mobile payments partnership formed between Tieto and Russian MTS Bank

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The Finnish company has announced that it has entered into a deal with the banking giant from Russia. Tieto, a technology provider from Finland, has entered into a partnership with Russian MTS Bank in order to be able to launch a suite of different mobile payments technology services to their customers. There are several different services that are being combined within this transaction suite for smartphones. Among the various mobile payments capabilities that are being created for the Tieto and Russian MTS Bank suite are smartphone top ups, paying bills,…

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Mobile payments service to stem from PayPal and Magento deal

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The new service will allow consumers to be able to pay using the app while inside stores. Magento has belonged to eBay since 2011, providing it with an e-commerce platform that merchants were able to use for the creation of customized online shops, but this has been kept separate from PayPal, another acquisition, until the latest mobile payments service was developed. This program will bring eBay’s PayPal and Magento together, changing the current environment. eBay has just announced its most recent partnership which will bring Magento’s service together with the…

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Mobile payments partnership opens between Scentsy and PayAnywhere

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These two companies will work together to provide independent consultants with a new transaction method. The direct selling fragrance company, Scentsy, has just announced that it will be working with PayAnywhere as its choice of mobile payments processing partner to offer its consultants a new way to complete transactions from their customers. The award winning credit card reader and app will be used to process purchase transactions. This means that Scentsy independent consultants across the United States will now be using PayAnywhere to be able to receive credit card mobile…

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Mobile payments deal between Visa and Monitise is formed

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The new agreement for more than $59 million is meant to help extend smartphone money in Europe. Visa is now predicting that by the year 2020, over half of the transactions that are made by consumers in Europe will be done through mobile payments, so it is continuing to invest in this channel so that it will remain at the heart of this type of transaction. This is only one of several deals that Visa is currently making to stay central to this industry. The mobile payments partnership between Visa…

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M-commerce deal reached between Spindle and PayLeap

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A partnership has formed in order to make a bigger splash in the overall marketplace. Acculynk’s payment processing solution and gateway, PayLeap, has just formed a strategic partnership with Spindle Inc, in order to be able to take a bigger bite out of the m-commerce market, together. They have said that they will be able to progress more effectively together than would be possible individually. The companies have announced their intentions to integrate each of their platforms in order to become better capable of serving the m-commerce marketplace than would…

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