It seems like almost every day there’s yet another bit of news relating to mobile commerce from all corners of the world.
In the last couple of weeks, we’ve faced a continuous and wide ranging number of developments, including announcements relating to expansion, joint ventures and mobile commerce deployments.
While there may be varying commerce-related issues at different time, each geographic region grapples with each as they come along.
The bottom line is the world of mobile commerce is getting smaller and well connected. After mentioning an issue relating to the state of mobile payments in the U.S., someone invariably mentions a mobile payment status in another country.
In Europe, for example, people from countries where English is not the main language could be challenged participating in mobile commerce in countries like the United Kingdom, where most commerce services are based on the English language.
Some other recent mobile commerce developments outside the U.S. include:
These examples are just from the last couple of weeks.
Mobile commerce ultimately will touch every part of the world. It’s now doing it more than one piece at a time.
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