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Bill-splitting service changes hands

Singaporean firm Billpin, which enables users to split bills, has acquired larger US rival BillMonk …

Feature: An interview with Obopay

This feature video from Mobile Money Live is an interview with Neel Chowdhury, the Chief Marketing Officer of mobile payment provider Obopay.

The Mobile Money Evolution: Mobile Payments Obopay

Neel Chowdhury, VP & CMO, Obopay, delivers his presentation during the 2011 GSMA Mobile Asia Congress.

The Mobile Money Evolution: Mobile Payments Panel Discussion

Representatives from Orange, LUUP, Nokia and Obopay answer questions from the floor during the 2011 GSMA Mobile Asia Congress.

Feature: The role of regulation in mobile money

This new feature video from Mobile Money Live reveals the central role of regulation in dictating how mobile money services develop. A range of interviewees say whether they think regulation is heading in the right direction.

New mobile payment service planned for the UK

Ecommerce provider Powa has announced a new mobile payment service for the UK that is similar to popular US service Square.

Feature: Will the mobile phone ever replace the physical wallet?

This new feature video reveals how leading players are split in answering the question of whether the mobile phone can ever take over from the physical wallet in the world of payments.

Mastercard, Obopay sign mobile payment service deal

MasterCard and Obopay have agreed to offer an on-demand person-to-person mobile payment service in the US using Obopay’s applications and website. The service, offered via MasterCard MoneySend, will give new and existing MasterCard issuing customers the ability to provide a mobile payments service to their MasterCard cardholders on all credit, debit and prepaid MasterCard-branded products.


Nokia invests in mobile payment provider Obopay

California-based mobile money service provider Obopay today announced that the world’s largest handset vendor, Nokia, has bought an undisclosed minority stake in the start-up.