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Mobile commerce getting major boost from country’s national wireless operators

News | 11/16/2005 5:00 am EST

Canada’s three national wireless carriers have once again joined forces to bring innovative, interoperable mobile services to wireless subscribers. Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless Inc. and Telus Mobility announced November 7 the creation of Wireless Payment Services (WPS), a three-way joint venture aimed at developing payment services over the cell phone. WPS is to act as a gateway, creating a standard and common way to clear payments made from cell phones.

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