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A recent patented granted to Apple seems to confirm that a future version of the iPhone (probably the iPhone 5) will have “E-Wallet” NFC functionality.
Transport for London has announced plans to upgrade its network of Oyster card readers to work with contactless bank cards.
Tesco has added a new section to their website to allow you to manage your Clubcard points and vouchers.
Barclaycard has launched a new mobile service to compliment its mybarclaycard account management tools.
Today credit-card-payment-on-your-mobile-phone company Square has announced that it is removing its 15 cent per-transaction fee and just levying a flat 2.75% rate on all transactions, on what it calls a “simple revolution”.
Earlier this week the results of some new research was released which concluded that more than half of Brits are uncomfortable with the idea of completing contactless payments with their mobile phones.
The Royal Bank of Scotland have launched a new microsite which hopes to improve its relationship with customers by openly communicating with them and the public on decisions, changes and processes.
MoneyDebtAndCredit.com has produced an infographic showing the scale of the UK’s personal debt problem.
Over half of students feel that the current resources being provided by banks to help manage their finances are simply inadequate, and they favour budgeting tools over the usual incentives.