Sat, 26 Nov 2011 6:18p.m.
Mobile phones are becoming mobile wallets in a joint trial between Vodafone and the BNZ.
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8/01/2012 7:30:56 a.m.
I agree with you Doug, every transaction recorded you make is recorded about you what you buy when and where. A profile built on what you do a marketers dream, your data can be used or abused and digital money made out of thin air, easy rip off scheme, yip scanners are great for an easy pick pocket. You lose your phone with a wealth of info on it and fork out for a new smart phone and your battery dies when you need something. I'd rather lose my wallet. Privacy is everything welcome to NFC fan's life. (YOUR DATA IS NEVER ERASED PERIOD)
28/11/2011 9:08:54 p.m.
Very impressed with Russell Briant's moustache!!!
28/11/2011 11:58:20 a.m.
NFC fan wrote:
Cashless society - not a good thing? I beg to differ.
Just tell me what happens when you lose your wallet with real money inside?...you can't get that back.
Debit Cards are useless without a pin and fraudulent transactions on a credit card are insured.
Sorry Doug if everyone was as short sighted as you, we would still be living in the dark ages.
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