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GlobalPlatform updates NFC UICC configuration to align with latest GSMA specs

GlobalPlatform today confirms that it has extended the scope of its UICC Configuration to incorporate additional requirements from the telecom industry. GlobalPlatform worked closely with the GSMA to integrate new use cases for the deployment and management of contactless services on NFC-enabled devices from the GSMA NFC UICC Test Book. 206 more words

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Digital Financial Inclusion in Peru; A Promising Trend to Watch

> Posted by Carol Caruso, Senior Vice President, Channels & Technology, Accion

Peru’s pursuit of financial inclusion has set a standard, helping Peru capture the top ranking in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s… 1,506 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Embedded eSIMs vs Soft SIMs – What’s the difference ?

Introducing the differences : eSIMs vs Soft SIMs vs Reprogrammable SIMs

Technology often starts with a number of similar and competing rivals. Take the home video player for example. 1,129 more words

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E-SIM for consumers—a game changer in mobile telecommunications?

Traditional removable SIM cards are being replaced by dynamic embedded ones. What might this disruption mean for the industry?

Wearable gadgets, smart appliances, and a variety of data-sensor applications are often referred to collectively as the Internet of Things (IoT). 2,459 more words

LTE

WRC-15: Win Some, Lose Some

WRC15 concluded with new spectrum assigned for mobile services:

L-band:  1427-1518 MHz is now assigned for fixed and mobile services. The L-Band is used for mobile satellite services. 215 more words

Spectrum

Iterating to Innovate: What We Learned with mVisa in Rwanda

> Posted by Mark Pickens, Senior Director, Visa

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The future doesn’t come with an owner’s manual saying how to set up, operate, or troubleshoot it. 1,218 more words

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Growth in Africa’s mobile subscriptions is slowing down—but tower sharing can help

Africa’s mobile connections may be edging closer to the one-billion mark, but growth in unique mobile subscribers—the number of individuals that have subscribed to a mobile service—will slow down over the next years says a a new  306 more words