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Someorganisationshave seen upto a 200%increase inmobilebrowsingdonations bycreating amobileresponsivedonationjourney!
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Paying for bills, products and services in the UK will be made an awful lot easierin 2014 when a new mobile payments service, based around phone numbers, islaunched by the Payments Council with the support of eight major financialinstitutions.The new service, which the council claims will be as simple as sending a textmessage, will allow users to make secure payments without typing in their sortcode and account number. Instead, the user’s mobile phone number will beused as a proxy, replacing all of the various account details that have beenstored on their device beforehand.Eight major financial institutions; Barclays, Cumberland Building Society,Danske Bank, HSBC Bank plc, Lloyds Banking Group plc, Metro Bank plc,Royal Bank of Scotland plc and Santander UK plc, have confirmed that they willuse the scheme when it launches in spring 2014. Together, these banksrepresent 90 percent of UK current accounts, bolstering its chances of beingpicked up and used by the wider public.