Goodbye Wallet – Will mobile phones become future credit cards?

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No, I am not a big fan of wallets – only if those are filled with the right light bank notes… which not very often is the case. And I am looking forward to days when my back pocket can get rid of the heavy weight of useless coins that don’t buy big things, products or services. Now, the future seems to be nearer than I thought…

Near field communication (NFC) seems to become the rising technology enabling us to pay with our mobiles in the future. Startups like Square and some programs from brands like Starbucks and Google Wallet kick off a new era where mobile payments becomes popular today.

Gplus has created a nice infographic that nicely and easily explains how the technology works and how fast the mobile payments market is emerging and what might happen in the next few years.

Spot On!
Keynote speeches like the following on the future of mobile payment will also increase the speed of evolution in this field…

How do you think the mobile technology needs to evolve and be made safe for mainstream consumer use? Would you still want a receipt for your purchase? Will this evolution in payment (if it is one) really save time? Share your views…

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3 Kommentare zu "Goodbye Wallet – Will mobile phones become future credit cards?"

  1. Daniel am 11.07.2011 10:07 

    instead of NFC I’d also bet on square

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