Fintech Boku launches M1ST (Mobile First), a mobile payments network that features 330+ mobile payment methods, including mobile wallets, direct carrier billing, and real-time payments schemes, reaching 5.7 billion mobile payment accounts in 90 countries—all in one platform.
Global payments technology provider Adyen has appointed Hayley Fisher as country manager, Australia and New Zealand.
Fintech Boku found in its study that mobile wallets use will rise by nearly 74% and estimated that there will be 4.8 billion wallets by the end of 2025. The study cited that e-commerce and mobile apps drove the growth of mobile wallet adoption.
Optus has announced arrangements that will allow its subscribers to charge BlackBerry App World and Facebook credits purchases to their mobile phone accounts.
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