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Le m-commerce semble bel et bien être entré dans les moeurs en 2012. Il faut dire que toutes les conditions ont été réunies pour amorcer son décollage : l'essor des smartphones et des tablettes mais aussi et surtout la diversification des moyens de paiements à travers des solutions dédiées comme PayPal, les SMS..., ou des technologies comme le NFC. PayPal (eBay), un des acteurs majeurs du m-commerce, estime à 14 milliards le volume de transactions qui a été effectué par ses utilisateurs via le mobile dans le monde. Aux Etats-Unis, les taux de croissance s'affolent. Selon eMarketer, le m-commerce y a cru de 81% à 25 milliards de dollars et compterait pour 11% des ventes de l'ensemble de l'e-commerce. Un chiffre qui pourrait monter à 15% en 2013 et peser 87 milliards de dollars en 2016.
No, NFC still hasn’t come to the iPhone — or many other devices, for that matter.
Verifone has acquired European alternative payments provider Point, in an effort to broaden its range of mobile payment services for merchants and retailers, the company announced today. Among its many payment offerings, Verifone makes near field communications (NFC) terminals that allow customers to swipe phones and payment cards at the point of sale to complete a purchase.
Online holiday shopping reached record levels in 2010.
The day when we no longer have to cart around our fat wallets, jammed with credit cards, coins and cash is fast approaching. Several smart mobile payment platforms have emerged over the past few years making it easy to pay our friends securely and in real time from our smartphones. Today, there are four primary models for mobile payments: Premium SMS based transactional payments, which is great for users without smartphones, Direct Mobile Billing, which accounts for 70% of all digital content purchased online in some parts of Asia, Mobile web payments (WAP), which includes online wallets such as Amazon Payments, Google Checkout or PayPal and finally Contactless NFC (Near Field Communication).
Press Release: Mobile Payments Market to Almost Triple in value by 2015 reaching $670bn, according to new Juniper reportHampshire, UK: 5th July 2011 - A new study from Juniper Research has determined that the total value of mobile payments for digital and physical goods, money transfers and NFC (Near Field Communications) transactions will reach $670bn by 2015, up from $240bn this year. These forecasts represent the gross merchandise value of all purchases or the value of money being transferred. The new Mobile Payment Strategies report revealed that all segments will exhibit 2x to 3x growth over the next five years.
# Mobile payment is a new and rapidly-adopting alternative payment method. # Instead of paying with cash, cheque or credit cards, a consumer can use a mobile phone to pay for a wide range of services and digital or hard goods # There are four primary models for mobile payments:
At his CES keynote yesterday evening, eBay CEO (and new interim PayPal CEO ) John Donahoe revealed a number of new mobile payments forecasts for both eBay and PayPal.
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PayMate is an SMS based payment service , which allows you to use your mobile phone as your credit or debit card.
Mobile payment , also referred to as mobile money, mobile money transfer , and mobile wallet generally refer to payment services operated under financial regulation and performed from or via a mobile device . Instead of paying with cash, check, or credit cards, a consumer can use a mobile phone to pay for a wide range of services and digital or hard goods. Although the concept of using non-coin-based currency systems has a long history, [ 1 ] it is only recently that the technology to support such systems has become widely available.
STAMFORD, Conn., July 21, 2011 View All Press Releases Mobile Payments in Developing Markets Growing Slower Than Expected Worldwide mobile payment users will surpass 141.1 million in 2011, a 38.2 percent increase from 2010, when mobile payment users reached 102.1 million, according to Gartner, Inc.