United Arab Emirate-based bank Mashreq is offering customers stickers that can be attached to mobile phones and used to make contactless payments.
Great comment from the head of retail banking. Though the card is over sixty years old, you still opt to use the same old card numbers and infrastructure. A consumer could just stick their contactless card to the back of their phone? Im not sure this is
At the risk of using a morbid analogy, sticker on smartphone is like Band Aid on cancer - pointless. On another note, replacing something 60 years old with something else that's hardly trailblazing is innovative?
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