European Communications is delighted to announce a new award for the telecoms industry in Europe – the CMO of the Year – which is designed to recognise the growing importance of top marketing executives at operators across the continent.
Orange has launched an e-commerce website for American and Mexican consumers as it looks to build up sales in countries where it has no network.
Two very different industry approaches to capturing the mobile marketing and advertising space were demonstrated this week as Telefónica signed a deal with a specialist software vendor and OTT app Quack launched promising to pay users for messaging.
Swisscom is the first of Switzerland’s three major operators to launch a new m-payments service called Tapit, which has seen cooperation from financial groups.
Tele2 is to provide M2M connectivity to the Vattenfall Group, one of Europe's largest generators of electricity and the largest producer of heat, after signing a major deal.
Orange and BNP Paribas have announced they are joining forces to extend the reach of mobile banking services.
Ramon Fernandez and Laurent Paillassot are joining Orange's Executive Committee as Deputy CEOs, the operator has revealed.
Portugal Telecom is taking over the customer loyalty services platform of digital wallet vendor CardMobili.
Vodafone has bolstered its mobile wallet by allowing customers to upload their plastic loyalty cards, coupons or identification cards onto their smartphone.
Orange has signed its 10 millionth customer to its Orange Money payments and transfer service, with plans in place to make the proposition more smartphone friendly.
Telefónica and private equity firm Blackstone are to launch what they are claiming is the first mobile ad exchange platform owned and powered by an operator.
Telefónica has announced its digital joint venture with CaixaBank and Banco Santander is to be called Yaap and will offer two services to the enterprise market in Spain.
Romania is the first European country to experience Vodafone’s M-Pesa service, after the operator’s launch of the m-payments venture today (31 March).
Orange’s enterprise arm has signed a deal with financial technology firm SIA that will enable banks and merchants in Europe to manage payments via mobile point of sale (POS) terminals.
The UK's three largest mobile operators have signed a deal with Mastercard in a bid to accelerate the development of contactless m-payments.
KPN subsidiary E-Plus has chosen to implement a new solution from hybris as it looks to improve its e-commerce offering.
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