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CSOB: Why HCE was the right choice for a mobile wallet that goes beyond payments

Jan Nezbeda

Open communication and the right education for customers is key to the successful deployment of a host card emulation (HCE) based mobile payment service in a country where new banks — with their simple products and new communication style — are becoming more attractive to the younger generation, says Czech bank CSOB’s innovation manager. More





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More than 150m people to use Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay by end of 2017

Juniper OEM Pay forecast

The number of consumers using OEM Pays — mobile payment services delivered by handset manufacturers — such as Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay will exceed 100m for the first time during the first half of 2017 and is expected to surpass 150m by the end of the year, Juniper Research reveals, while host card emulation (HCE) adoption is set to rise five-fold over the next four years. More





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Nordic banks roll out first mobile payment services with support for Dankort

Dankort

Customers of more than 60 banks belonging to The Bokis Partnership have become the first in Denmark to be offered a mobile payment service for Dankort, the country’s national debit and credit card. The service is available through the mobile apps offered by each of the supporting banks and works on Android handsets through host card emulation (HCE) and on iOS through a Bluetooth acceptance device at the point of sale. More



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ABN Amro shares lessons learned deploying a mobile wallet service

From SIM-based NFC to HCE: ABN Amro’s search for the right mobile payments solution

Knowledge Centre Convenience, speed, reliability and security are the four most important pillars to building and delivering a successful mobile payment service, says Dutch bank ABN Amro’s senior product manager for mobile payments. Seven key lessons learned along the way are also shared in an in-depth paper which is now available in the NFC World Knowledge Centre. More


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Lothian Buses to offer HCE mobile payments for public transport in Scotland

Rambus

PARTNER NEWS: Scottish commuters using public transport services operated by Lothian Buses will soon be able to pay for their journeys using a host card emulation (HCE) based mobile payment service powered by Nevis Technologies, the joint venture between Scotland’s largest regional transport group Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and technology provider Rambus... More


Rambus predicts how we will pay in 2020

PARTNER NEWS: An eight-page guide exploring how key developments in mobile payments will shape the industry in the next three years is now available to download from the NFC World Knowledge Centre... More








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Crédit Mutuel Arkéa launches HCE mobile payments developed with Antelop

Antelop Solutions

PARTNER NEWS: Customers of French bank Crédit Mutuel Arkéa can now make host card emulation (HCE) based mobile payments using the bank’s Paylib mobile app and authorise payments at the point of sale with a scan of their fingerprint, making it the “first bank offering a fingerprint-supported HCE solution in France”... More