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    Monitise squeezes home on revenue target Edit Post

    Monitise, the UK mobile money vendor, reported 31 per cent revenue growth in the 2014 financial year but saw its losses widen. Revenue came in at £95.1 million, with the growth only just within a revised target issued in July. Monitise originally forecast 40 per cent growth in revenue for 2014 then revised the figure downwards to ...

  • weve

    Weve drops plans for wallet, payments Edit Post

    Weve, the UK joint venture between O2, Vodafone and EE, will no longer launch a mobile wallet and payments service next year, according to The Telegraph. The three operators could not agree on a common approach, said the report. The original intention was for the wallet and payment service to be developed by Weve and then ...
  • Albrecht

    Millicom debuts automatic m-wallet interest payments in Tanzania Edit Post

    Millicom, a Luxemburg-headquartered telecoms group with operations in Africa and Latin America, claimed a world first after launching a mobile money service in Tanzania which offers users the opportunity to automatically earn a return on their balance direct to their wallet without the need for a separate registration. The service, called Tigo Wekeza (‘Tigo Invests’), will ...