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Pay by cell phone to get easy
The operators -- Spain's
Telefonica Moviles SA, Germany's T-Mobile AG and Britain's Orange SA and
Vodafone Group PLC -- unveiled plans Wednesday to offer secure payments between
merchants, cell phone users and banks.
Coming to America
Dubbed the Mobile Payment Services Association, the service will be launched in
Europe, but with an eye toward markets in the United States and Asia next year.
Tim Jones, the association's chief executive, said the service can push mobile
commerce forward by creating a single brand for processing payments.
Ostensibly, the market for buying goods with a cell phone is limited. Users can
go online, using a phone's built-in Web browser, and order flowers from a Web
site, provided the details of a credit or debit card are stored in a virtual
The new clearinghouse, Jones said, offers more, taking card payments directly
from mobile phone users and storing the financial information for future
transactions. The service will cover small purchases, typically no more than
"There is a growing experience already of customers, often younger people,
buying logos and ring tones," he said.
Not limited by borders
Edward Holland, a spokesman for Madrid-based Telefonica Moviles, said the
clearinghouse can speed along the goal of making mobile payments more
By incorporating wireless operators from across Europe, users who live in Spain
can download a new ring tone and bill it to their account even if they are
traveling in Sweden.
Eventually, though, the system will lead to mobile payments for more than cell
phone downloads, said John Strand, CEO of Copenhagen, Denmark-based Strand
"We'll hear 'Will this be a credit card transaction or just a mobile
transaction?"' he said. "It could be done."