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Regions Widens Mobile Banking Menu

Regions Financial has updated its mobile banking capabilities to allow customers to transfer funds among internal accounts, pay bills and receive text alerts about balances …Read more:

Ghana: uniBank rolls out enhanced mobile banking service

(The Paypers) Ghana-based financial institution uniBank has launched an enhanced version of its mobile banking service, media outlet reports.Read more:

Online, mobile banking on the rise in Norway report

(The Paypers) Norway currently counts nearly 5 million online banking users, according to a study carried out by research company Synovate for IT services provider…Read more:

CoCoNet rolls out mobile banking app for corporate customers

(The Paypers) German-based corporate e-banking technology services provider CoCoNet has launched a mobile banking app, dubbed Multiversa EBICS App.Read more:

North Jersey Community Bank introduces mobile banking service

(The Paypers) US financial institution North Jersey Community Bank (NJCB) has launched its mobile banking service based on the company’s online banking…Read more:

Fiserv Solidifies Mobile Banking Line with Buyout of M-Com

Fiserv Inc. is demonstrating its commitment to expansion of its mobile banking services through its purchase of longtime partner Mobile Commerce Ltd.Read more:

Scotiabank is looking for a Director of Mobile Banking

Hi Mobile Money Folks,Hope all is well.  I was forwarded a job posting that I …

Fifth Third Bank selects ClairMail for mobile banking service

(The Paypers) US financial services provider Fifth Third Bank has selected US-based mobile banking services provider ClairMail to power its new mobile banking…Read more:

Mobile payments are good for mobile banking

[Dave Birch] Mobile payments are not mobile banking, but they are good for it.Read more:

Towards a unified framework for mobile banking

A recent article described the mobile banking and payment industry as “confused”. I tend to agree with this observation, especially after I read the article. (Read here). The article attempts to identify the different models used in offering mobile banking solutions and comes up with nine. The interesting thing is that I don’t think that this is even close complete. One probably could describe another five more (especially considering emerging markets). This means that one can do mobile banking