Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science
McKetterick, David; Dowling, Jim. 'State of the Art Review of Mobile Payment Technology'. - Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science, TCD-CS-2003-24, 2003, pp22
Computer Science Technical Report TCD-CS-2003-24
[Introduction] Mobile payments will gain significant traction in the coming years as the mobile and
payment technologies mature and become widely available. Various technologies are
competing to become the established standards for physical and virtual mobile payments,
yet it is ultimately the users who will determine the level of success of the technologies
through their adoption. Only if it becomes easier and cheaper to transact business using
mobile payment applications than by using conventional methods will they become
popular, either with users or providers.
This document is a state of the art review of mobile payment technologies. It covers all of
the technologies involved in a mobile payment solution, including mobile networks in
section 2, mobile services in section 3, mobile platforms in section 4, mobile commerce
in section 5 and different mobile payment solutions in sections 6 to 8.
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