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France: Bank and Telcos Hold Early Test of SIM-Based EMV Payment

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
Nov 2006
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
250

MasterCard’s PayPass payment application was preloaded on SIM cards. At the time of the launch, it was the first NFC trial with a payment application supporting the EMV standard.

Australia: Telstra and NAB Hold Pay-Buy Mobile Trial

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
Aug 2008
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
500

Small three-month trial, held among employees of the organizers, was one of about a dozen Pay-Buy Mobile projects backed by the GSM Association.

Italy: Transit Ticketing In Trento

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Est. Launch: 
Dec 2007
Main Application: 
Ticketing
Users: 
100

Trial in northern Italian city enabled riders to buy tickets on their mobile phones and tap them to pay the fares.

Italy: Tapping To Spend Points At Outlet Stores

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
In progress
Launch: 
Sep 2009
Main Application: 
Loyalty
Users: 
100

The three-month trial is designed to test a loyalty application for a clothing retailer in its outlet stores.

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France: Dual-City Payez-Mobile Trial Tests Interoperability (Strasbourg)

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
In progress
Launch: 
Nov 2007
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
550

Pivotal NFC retail payment trial along with companion trial in Norman city of Caen, involving seven major French banks, three major mobile operators, and three NFC handsets supporting the application

Results: 

Follow-up surveys showed more than 90% of users said they were satisfied with tapping their NFC phones to pay and 59% stated that they would use this service once available. Users also said they wanted more merchant locations at which to tap. Surveys also found about half of users choose the option to enter a passcode on their handsets even for low-value purchase, below 20 euros.

 

 

* Trusted Service Manager: Defined loosely to include companies or other organizations securely distributing, provisioning and managing applications, generally over the air, on secure elements in NFC mobile phones; or licensing their platforms for this purpose.

N/A: Not available or not applicable.
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France: Dual-City Payez-Mobile Trial Tests Interoperability (Caen)

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
In progress
Launch: 
Nov 2007
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
500

Pivotal NFC retail payment trial, along with companion trial in Alsatian city of Strasbourg, involving seven major French banks, three major mobile operators, three NFC handsets supporting the applica

Results: 

Follow-up surveys showed more than 90% of users said they were satisfied with tapping their NFC phones to pay and 59% stated that they would use this service once available. Users also said they wanted more merchant locations at which to tap. Surveys also found about half of users choose the option to enter a passcode on their handsets even for low-value purchase, below 20 euros.

 

 

* Trusted Service Manager: Defined loosely to include companies or other organizations securely distributing, provisioning and managing applications, generally over the air, on secure elements in NFC mobile phones; or licensing their platforms for this purpose.

N/A: Not available or not applicable.
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Taiwan: Far EasTone Pay-Buy Mobile Trial Delayed

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Planned
Est. Launch: 
Late 2009 or 2010–delayed
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
200

One of the GSM Association Pay-Buy Mobile projects, the application was preloaded on the SIM and would have supported an early version of the single-wire protocol that connects the SIM cards storing t

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HEADLINE NEWS

Vivo Last of Major Chinese Smartphone Makers to Officially Launch NFC Pays Wallet

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Vivo, China’s second largest smartphone maker, made it official this week, launching its NFC-enabled “vivo Pay” wallet, the last of the major Chinese phone OEMs to roll out NFC payments–though their use has been disappointing, at least for payments in stores.

In-Depth: Fit Pay’s Troubles Indicate Difficult Business Case for Provisioning to Wearables

Sep 19 2019

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight –  Given the poor financial results of U.S.-based Fit Pay, it’s becoming clear that the business case for provisioning of payment cards to wearable devices remains difficult.

Analysis: Chase Pay Latest Bank Wallet to Shut Down; Why Did They Fail?

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Plans disclosed this week by JPMorgan Chase to shut down its Chase Pay app for in-store purchases is yet another nail in the coffin–perhaps the final one–for bank wallets in the U.S. And the situation does not look much brighter for bank-issued wallets abroad.

Miami Latest U.S. City to Introduce Open-Loop Transit Payments

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight Transit officials in Miami-Dade County, Fla. are the latest in the U.S. to introduce open-loop payments of fares with contactless credit and debit cards and bank card credentials on NFC wallets, launching the service yesterday on the city's relatively small metro network, with plans to expand to buses later.

UK Tram Riders Take to Tapping with NFC phones to Pay for Fares, According to Early Results

NFC TIMES Exclusive – Transport for Greater Manchester, which last month launched open-loop payments on its large Metrolink tram network, said Thursday that contactless credit and debit cards and NFC wallets accounted for a combined 170,000 rides during the first four weeks of the service.

In-Depth: NFC Wallet Use for Open-Loop Transit Grows but Still Makes Up Relatively Small Share of Contactless Payments

NFC TIMES Exclusive – When New York City transit officials announced Tuesday that the 1 millionth ride paid for through their new OMNY open-loop payments service had arrived ahead of schedule, they also proudly noted that 80% of the contactless payments had come from NFC wallets, not physical bank cards. 

PayPay Gets Off to Quick Start as One of Many Digital Payments Services in Cash-Loving Japan

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – As Japan continues to fight what to date has been a losing battle against cash, an announcement by the joint venture behind QR code-based payments service PayPay offers a little bit of encouragement. 

Research Firm Projects Use of NFC Mobile Wallets in U.S. to Remain Disappointing This Year

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – As Apple Pay approaches the fifth anniversary of its launch in the U.S., there is more research showing that most American consumers simply don’t see the value of tapping to pay with NFC-based payments services. 

In-Depth: Five Years After Transport for London Launched Contactless Across Its Transit Network, UK Open-Loop Rollout Remains Uneven

Aug 15 2019

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Five years ago next month, Transport for London introduced open-loop contactless payments across its transit network, including metro, trams and commuter rail, following an earlier launch on buses. The service now accounts for more than half of all pay-as-you-go journeys and has become a global showcase for the technology.

Apple Again Promises to Push Transit Ticketing as It Seeks Broader Adoption of Apple Pay

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – While noting to financial analysts late Tuesday that Apple Pay is now approaching 1 billion transactions per month globally and is in 47 markets, perhaps Apple CEO Tim Cook’s most significant comments about Apple Pay this week was to again emphasize that Apple wants to enable users to routinely tap to pay for bus, subway and other transit rides with their iPhones and Apple Watches. 

Chinese Mega Wallets Continue to Expand QR Code-based Transit Ticketing, while Major Agencies in West Stay with NFC

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight ­– China’s mega-mobile wallet providers have continued their rollouts of transit payments in China, with Tencent Holdings announcing Tuesday that two years after launching its first QR-code-based WeChat “Ride Code” service in Guangzhou, total users for its transit payments services has reached 100 million.

Sydney Transit Authority Gives Users of Contactless Bank Cards Nearly All Discounts They Get with Closed-Loop Opal Cards

Jul 29 2019

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Transport for New South Wales, Australia, the authority that oversees transit in and around Sydney, has taken a step toward phasing out its closed-loop contactless Opal fare card, today extending nearly all of the discounts it offers on Opal to users of open-loop Visa- Mastercard- and American Express-branded contactless cards.