Rabobank pay via smartphone Entering 2014




Rabobank will pay import in the Netherlands via smartphones from 2014. Customers can then a ‘mobile payment’ requests, which works via NFC. On smartphones without nfc, such as iPhones, the payments do not work.

Mobile payment The mobile payment acts as a variant on the smart card and is required for transactions under 25 euros a PIN. The user can simply pick up his phone through the checkout to complete the payment. The system requires that the retailer has a system in place to make mobile payments possible reports Rabobank.

The NFC payment required on a smartphone. On which platforms the payments work is unclear. Many recent, expensive models include Samsung, HTC, Google, BlackBerry, Nokia, Sony, LG and Huawei have NFC on board. The most famous smartphone series that has no nfc is Apple’s iPhone. Although Apple has been tested with nfc years ago, the technology never used in an iPhone. Plenty of cheaper phones have it either.

Rabobank works for the mobile payment with the Trusted Service Manager of the German company G & D. The bank has done a lot of tests in recent years, most recently in Leiden.


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