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Monday, August 9, 2010

O2 UK needs new m-payment partner after splitting from NatWest

O2 is looking for a new mobile money partner after ending its partnership with NatWest, according to a report in Mobile News. NatWest will continue to provide banking services for the Cash Manager and Load & Go cards until a new provider is chosen. O2 Money, the brand behind the two cards, was launched last summer.

UK rival Orange announced a partnership with Barclaycard last year; it already offers a NFC credit card and is expected to launch NFC-capable mobile phones later this year.

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