Backend solution from Research in Motion will allow carriers to securely manage credentials for NFC-enabled devicesrnrnrn
Visa today approved a backend solution developed by Research in Motion that enables secure Near Field Communication mobile payments.
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Despite having been in use in Asia and Europe for nearly a decade now, mobile payment has yet to catch up in Canada. Among the key hurdles are a lack of NFC-enabled devices and consumer confidence in the technology.
Recognition from a leading credit card company such as Visa could help a long way in convincing more consumers that NFC-based mobile payment is secure.Related Download
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