BlackBerry partners local bank and mobile payment money to pilot BBM Money, allowing users to make secure money transfers with other BB Messenger users.
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Operator hopes being the first telco to launch 4G in Bangkok will give it an advantage over larger rivals.
ZDNet's Asia directory of MDM vendors has market, product and contact information on companies that provide Mobile Device Management (MDM) products and services.
Indian operator plans to launch 4G products and services in the second half of this year using the "liberalized" 1800MHz airwaves it successfully bid for during last November's auction.
The two companies will help the Chinese city become a model city for mobile commerce by deploying its NFC terminals and touting its mobile wallet business.
Subsidiary of China's Kingsoft company sells 9.87 percent stake to Xiaomi, saying the latter's popular smartphones will help boost its position as a cloud storage provider for the mobile platform.
Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular are petitioning the Department of Telecommunications to optimize the utilization of 800MHz airwaves by allocating it for GSM services.
Companies will need to fork out for device management and individual mobile and data plans to enable BYOD initiatives, but the extra costs mean they're holding back from implementation.
Industry players have more pressing issues such as introducing NFC-enabled mobile devices and signing up merchants to tackle before considering offering mobile payment services overseas.
Luxury phonemaker brand is in talks with some Indian software companies to develop apps and features aimed at high-profile clients and luxury consumers, including India's growing affluent class.