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Tuesday, March 18, 2003

Mobile Commerce: 550 Million Euro in 2002

Mobile Commerce reports in an article by Ray Isidro, Head of Payments, Terra Mobile:
Recent analysis about the mobile transactions and revenues derived from the so-called mobile content and services in Europe showed that Europeans spent last year more than 550 Million Ä




Breaking the Bank..

This article of September 2001 describes the different regulatory strategies of telco's, with a view to the relevant legislation (e-money directive):

European mobile telephone companies are setting themselves up to generate fees by invading the financial-services market and becoming providers of mobile banking services.



Friday, March 14, 2003

O2 met GPRS-tarieven per dienst

Planet Multimedia meldt dat O2 in Engeland start met GPRS-tarieven per dienst. In mei 2003 start O2 Engeland met, wat heet, 'zero rating for GPRS'. Klanten van O2 betalen bij de afname van GPRS-producten en -diensten niet naar de hoeveelheid data die ze verbranden, maar naar product.





Wednesday, March 05, 2003

The role of network operators..

A position paper of the European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association, which discusses applicability and desired content of the e-money directive can be found at their website. Their position:
ETNO Members will be heavily involved in the provision of e-money services at two levels:
∑ as Network Operator: the party offering transmission capacity, switching and routing which allow e-money systems to operate.
∑ as potential Issuer: the party that provides the e-money payment services.
The extent to which ETNO Members fulfil these different roles varies widely, but most either are or are planning to be active in both in the near future.




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