Topic “Nokia 3220”

Netherlands: Home-Healthcare Providers Deploy NFC

Scope: 
Rollout
Status: 
In progress
Launch: 
Dec 2005
Main Application: 
Workforce management (home healthcare)
Users: 
50,000

In terms of handsets numbers, the Nedap project is one of the largest uses of NFC phones anywhere.

China: Trial is First To Test OTA Applet Downloads

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
Aug 2006
Main Application: 
Loyalty
Users: 
50

Reportedly the first public trial downloading an application to an NFC phone over the air.

U.S.: HSBC Tests NFC With Internal Pilot

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
Jan 2007
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
N/A

Six-month trial enabled bank employees in NY, Chicago and other cities to download credit card data into the NFC attachable shell in the Nokia 3220 phone and tap to pay wherever MasterCard PayPass was

UK: Orange Kicks Off Small NFC Stadium Ticketing Trial

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
Aug 2006
Main Application: 
Ticketing (stadium)
Users: 
20

Manchester City handed out phones to a handful of season ticket holders, enabling them to enter the stadium with a tap on contactless readers at the gate.

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U.S.: Early Test In Texas Is Prelude To More Trials

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
May 2003
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
260

Nokia embedded a contactless chip preloaded with a MasterCard PayPass application into an attachable “SmartCover” for the phone used in this early contactless-mobile trial.

Results: 

Transaction numbers were reportedly low, although organizers said demand picked up once consumers were reassured about the security of the transactions. The trial also showed the need for alternatives to preloaded personalization of phones with account and other card data. And any rollout would require a user interface on the handset screen, organizers concluded.

 

 

* 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.

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U.S.: Dallas Trial Tests One of the First OTA Downloads

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Est. Launch: 
Q4 2006
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
Up to 500

Customers of convenience store chain 7-Eleven’s mobile virtual network operator service, Speak Out Wireless, could sign up for the trial and open an “eFinity” prepaid account with a small Texas bank.

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U.S.: Trial Tests Payment and Content Downloads at Stadium

Scope: 
Trial
Status: 
Completed
Launch: 
Dec 2005
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
150

A select group of fans of Atlanta professional basketball and hockey teams with Nokia 3220 NFC phones could tap to pay for food and drink at concession stands around the arena during the roughly six-month trial.

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Taiwan: No. 2 Telco Holds Trial Though Promised Rollout Delayed

Scope: 
Trial
Launch: 
Feb 2007
Main Application: 
Payment
Users: 
100

The trial used the early Nokia NFC phone model, the 3220.

Results: 

Post-trial surveys showed more than 75% of respondents preferred the phone payment to conventional credit cards, according to MasterCard. And a quarter of respondents who also used MasterCard PayPass cards issued by Fubon bank said they used the phone more often to pay, more than three times per month, than they did contactless cards—roughly two and a half times per month. According to Fubon, more than 80% of respondents did not set a password on their handsets for extra security of the payment transactions. Moreover, most respondents said they believe merchants need to become more familiar with the mobile contactless transaction process.

 

 

* 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.

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HEADLINE NEWS

Mobility as a Service Continues to Get Rolling with Uber Expanding Service to Second U.S. City

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Mobility as a service is expected to reshape the traditional transport industry, and while it is just getting rolling, the pace is starting to pick up. The latest bit of momentum came this week when global ride-hailing service Uber announced it will enable mass transit riders to buy and redeem tickets from its app in a second U.S. city, Las Vegas.

Contactless EMV Card Rollout in U.S. to Pick Up Speed in 2020, but Shape of Adoption Remains Unclear

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – With contactless EMV cards expected to have a significant footprint in the U.S. in 2020, the debate continues over whether the rollout will promote or harm take-up of NFC mobile payments and whether contactless open-loop transit payments will make a real impact on use of contactless at the retail point of sale.

More Open-Loop Transit Payments Services to Launch in Taiwan

Dec 24 2019

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Taiwan’s airport train service will begin accepting Visa- and Mastercard-branded credit cards starting next month, making it the second mass-transit service on the island nation to support open-loop payments for fares.

In-Depth: China Moving Forward On Face Payments of Transit Fares, Despite Some Hesitation by Users of Technology

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight –  More and more Chinese cities are trialing use of facial recognition technology for transit ticketing, a development that could enable users to avoid either cards or smartphones to pay fares on subways and other modes of transit.

Apple Launches Express Transit in London; Mobility Service also Adds NFC Payments Feature in Apple Wallet

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Apple has expanded its Express Transit service to another major market, enabling Apple Pay users to pay for fares on Transport for London-run trains and buses without first authenticating themselves on the NFC devices.

Analysis: Outlook Remains Dim for Bank Mobile Wallets as Another Major Bank Plans to Shut Down its Wallet App

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Major Dutch bank ABN Amro will discontinue its NFC-enabled mobile wallet in January, a little more than three years after launching the app in late 2016, with the bank acknowledging that few customers use the service.

Use of Contactless EMV to Pay Transit Fares Accelerating, According to Two Agencies That Launched Service This Year

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Two transit agencies, one large and one small, that began accepting contactless bank cards and NFC wallets to pay fares in recent months are reporting that use of the new payments services is accelerating among their customers.

More Transit Authorities and Operators, Including Those in UK, to Support Google Pay

Nov 6 2019

NFC TIMES Exclusive – San Francisco Bay Area transit authority MTC has confirmed to NFC Times that it will support mobile payments with its closed-loop Clipper transit card, including with Google Pay, by the end of 2020.

NFC Wallets Make Up Growing Share of Contactless Payments on London Transit

NFC TIMES Exclusive – Use of NFC wallets continues to steadily increase as part of Transport for London’s landmark contactless payments service, with payments from NFC-enabled smartphones and smartwatches now accounting for 20% of all contactless payments, NFC Times has learned. 

Market Research Firm: Apple Pay Surpasses Starbucks App in Users in U.S.

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight –Apple Pay, which launched its mobile payments service five years ago this week in the U.S., has so far failed to live up to expectations with the service, either in the U.S. or globally, in terms of users and transactions.

Cubic Strikes Deal with Google to Enable Closed-Loop Transit Payments in Google Pay

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – In a move that could enable more large transit agencies to offer NFC mobile payments with their closed-loop transit cards, U.S.-based Cubic Transportation Systems has signed an agreement with Google to integrate contactless transit cards with Google Pay. Among the agencies planning to support the service are those serving Google’s home base in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York. 

In-Depth: Persistent Consumer Security Fears about Mobile Payments Prove Difficult to Dislodge

NFC TIMES Exclusive Insight – Results of yet another survey has shown that a significant percentage of U.S. consumers continue to harbor security fears about using their smartphones for payments, a stubborn problem that has hindered growth of mobile payments from the beginning.