By Perry HoffmanOTTAWA - The nearly 10-year effort to get mobile payments into the mainstream may soon becoming to fruition, according to David Robinson, VP of emerging business at Rogers Communications.The Big Three Canadian wireless carriers, and their mobile payments enterprise EnStream LP, are putting the finishing touches on a contactless payment system that will enable consumers to embed all types of payment cards and other identification – referred to as credentials – on their smartphones. Robinson refers to the system as mobile proximity payments rather than contactless but both are applicable. “We are ready to own the podium , we just...
CWTA 2011: Canadian market ready for mobile wallet, smartphone payments
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