The Mobile Wallet Report, 20 December 2013

The Mobile Wallet Report, 20 December 2013A French beauty brand is to use Hexapay’s ‘meta wallet’ for one-click mobile ordering, Eftpos Australia trials cloud-based mobile payments, and Shell customers can now buy fuel using M-Pesa.

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  • French beauty brand to use Hexapay meta wallet for ‘one-click’ mobile ordering: Biotherm Homme is to test a new “meta wallet” platform that enables customers to order and pay for products by scanning a standard barcode on a brand’s product.
  • Eftpos Australia trials cloud-based mobile payments: The new solution will work with any device, channel or payment transmission method, CEO Bruce Mansfield explains.
  • Shell customers to buy fuel using M-Pesa: “We chose M-Pesa because customers asked for it,” Lena Munuve, Vivo Energy’s retail manager, tells The Mobile Wallet Report.
  • PLUS: Digital Grass introduces mobile payments for smart watches, TVs and phones; Fingerprints to take pole position in consumer electronics; McDonald’s tests McD coupon app; Belgian banks and carriers sign up for Sixdots mobile wallet venture, and more…

Organisations mentioned include Amazon, Bank of England, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, Berg Insight, BICS, Biotherm Homme, CashStar, Coles Supermarkets, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Credit Suisse, Debit Network Alliance, Digital Grass, Discover, eServGlobal, Eftpos Australia, Fido Alliance, Fiserv, Frost & Sullivan, GoPago, GSMA, Hexapay, HomeSend, Ingogo, MasterCard, McDonald’s, Microsoft, Oxygen8, Safaricom, Shell, Sixdots, Swirl Networks and Vivo Energy Kenya.

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