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Fostering financial inclusion for SMEs

These are without doubt very exciting times for those of us working in the mobile payments industry. The ‘mobile wallet wars’, as they call it, has been heating up like crazy since the three giants, Apple, Google and Samsung all announced the launch of their respective m-payment services. 1,176 more words

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SumUp launches in Sweden

SumUp, a European mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) company with financial backing from American Express, Groupon and BBVA Ventures has launched its mobile payments service in Sweden. Including this recent launch, the company is now present in a total of 14 countries, including Germany, the UK and Brazil. 299 more words


What the Square IPO means for POS vendors and payments in Australia

Square’s plan to IPO later this year must be the worst kept secret in the financial technology sector. Processing $US30 billion in payments from its millions of merchant customers in 2014, it now offers business lending, payroll processing and data analytics alongside its core POS and card reader offering. 649 more words

In Store Mobile Payments

Getting MPOS images setup for display

Matt a colleague was working on setting up MPOS images and shared some notes that I thought others could benefit from.


Ever wanted to get product images working on MPOS….  469 more words


iZettle warns customers not to update to iOS 9

iZettle, the mobile payment company that makes the mPOS readers Pro and Pro Contactless, is warning its customers not to update to the much awaited iOS 9 from Apple. 247 more words


ID TECH release new NFC & contactless EMV reader

ID TECH, a leading manufacturer of secure payment solutions, mobile payment readers, point of sale peripherals, and digital signage, is proud to announce the release of its  newest NFC and Contactless EMV reader, the ViVOpay Kiosk III. 253 more words


The Mobile Money Landscape Update

Since the last edition of MEF’s Mobile Money ebulletin there have been many new milestones in the ever evolving space. Microsoft announced plans to introduce direct operator billing to all Windows 10 devices, claiming that the move will result in an 8X increase in purchases, while elsewhere Apple Pay continues its roll-out to more countries and Google announced the launch of Android Pay succeeding Google Wallet.

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