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Introduction Mobile Payment 20/11/2012

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Vlerick MFM Workshop 'Mobile Banking and Payments’

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Introduction Mobile Payment 20/11/2012

  1. 1. Introduction Mobile Payments: Overview of models Vlerick Alumni 20/11/2012 Stijn Vander Plaetse
  2. 2. Mobile Payments 8,1 Trillion SMS sent Operator centric
  3. 3. Mobile PaymentsApp stores: 37% (Apple) to 72% (Android)free
  4. 4. Mobile PaymentsNew models emerge Source : Mobile Payments Today
  5. 5. Mobile PaymentsProjections : up to 320Bio $ by 2016 Source : Mobile Payments Today
  6. 6. Mobile PaymentsProjections : up to 670Bio $ by 2015 Source : Mobile Payments Today
  7. 7. Mobile PaymentsActuals : today 315Mio$/day Source : Mobile Payments Today
  8. 8. Mobile PaymentsMostly digital goods Source : Mobile Payments Today
  9. 9. Mobile PaymentsWhich use cases?:
  10. 10. Mobile PaymentsMobile Payments consists of 3 buildingblocks : explaining need of eco-systems Pre-paid X X Post-paid
  11. 11. Mobile PaymentsMobile Payments is part of the equation
  12. 12. Mobile PaymentsDifferent Collaboration Models arepossible Source : SapientNitro
  13. 13. Different initiatives ISIS group : mid 2012 focus proximity payment: AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless, and T- Mobile stopped: ABN Amro, Orange and MC, O2 ING , Rabobank, and Visa : launch mid KPN, Vodafone, T-Startups and majorinternet players : m- 2011 from 2012 Mobilecommerce and olympics with Oysterproximity in 2011- (2Mio users) Vodaphone, DT:2012 with NFCembedded trials NFC, proximity focus Different activities Telecom Austria announced : mainly Person 2 NFC trials at GSMA. Sms person remote parking and ticketing omni- payments. Mio’s present of users Trial NFC : Turkcell-YAPI Credi- VISA : 40k merchants 1/2011 Avea-Garanti= mastercard 12/10 : 35k merchants , target 100k users Consortium Buys Atos Agreement between : Origin, Bouygues Telecom, Orange, Telefónica Orange and SFR ter :m- Movistar and Vodafone commerce focus+ NFC trial No commercial joint actions . Atos Origin, Bouygues Telecom, Orange and SFR
  14. 14. Mobile PaymentsChances: Viable Business Model Open Federation Model 4 7 20% 26% 43% % % Mobile-financial institution partnership 3rd party intermediation model
  15. 15. Mobile PaymentsAnother 2-4 years to reachmaturity Source : SapientNitro
  16. 16. Mobile PaymentsOr is Mobile Payments is part of a largerequation

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