Samsung signs deal with Visa for mobile payments

27 February 2013 | Laura Hedges


Samsung has announced a partnership with card provider, Visa, to create a faster and more accessible mobile payment system for smartphone users.

The announcement was made at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week and is claimed to be the first of its kind between a leading near field communications (NFC)...



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