m-payment

Related to m-payment: Direct Mobile Billing

m-payment

n
(Banking & Finance) a point-of-sale payment made through a wireless device such as a mobile phone or PDA
[C20: m(obile) + payment]
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Innovation within the sector can have many benefits from cybersecurity and predictive intelligence capabilities to protect the economy from acts of financial fraud, to innovative payments mechanisms such as e-payment, m-payment and blockchains to spur and drive economic activity.
The long-standing partners have signed the agreement on the interoperability of MobiDinar with the other mobile payment services accessible on MobiPoste, the m-payment platform of La Poste Tunisienne.
The latest initiative is the launch of a contactless m-payment service by Rabobank, in partnership with mobile service provider KPN in January 2016.
Crowd Mobile is a public (ASX: CM8 & FWB-XETRA: CM3) global m-content, m-payment, m-commerce, mobile entertainment and infotainment company.
Future services that may be offered include m-Money, m-Payment, m-Wallet and e-Dirham.
The bank said that it has launched Digicash M-Payment App on the Luxembourg market.
Such apps include crucial PoS and m-payment apps that depend on 2G M2M networks for efficiency.
Google has struck deals with a number of US telecoms companies to preload its m-payment app on Android handsets, in a bid to compete with Apple Pay, Reuters reported.
11) This Note will contend that before m-payment systems achieve proliferation in the United States, legislators need to act to create a regulatory scheme that specifically addresses mobile payment systems because the existing regulatory scheme will be unable to successfully govern the industry.
M-payment systems are particularly important for financial inclusion of poor and unserved in formal financial system and thereby are playing a vital role for an inclusive growth and poverty reduction in Pakistan.
Mobile payments still depend on the existence of traditional banks that trade in traditional currencies to support the M-payment world.
Meanwhile NTT Docomo is not expected to reach such a ratio until this year, eight years after the initial launch of its m-payment services, and SK Telecom is only expected to reach double digits in 2016, six years after launch.