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Talking about mobile ticketing with Ashley Murdoch of Corethree

Podcast - 7th November 2014

Leaving your wallet at home and going shopping with nothing more than your mobile phone is still a science-fiction vision of the future.

But it's getting much closer to reality, thanks to a UK-based company called Corethree. They're currently working with a number of public transport operators and have brought mobile tickets to a wide range of smartphones.

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Seven days of mobile industry news: new products, an acquisition, a break-up and a security update

Podcast - 24th September 2014

This week's podcast begins with the latest news from Phones 4u, where hundreds of jobs have been saved but there are a large number of redundancies as well.

Iain, James and Mark then talk about new products from Amazon, BlackBerry and Panasonic, mobile payment innovation from Indonesia and the UK, the acquisition of IoT specialist Neul and Apple's updated privacy policy.

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Corethree adds direct carrier billing to its mobile ticket apps, thanks to Boku partnership

Corethree adds direct carrier billing to its mobile ticket apps, thanks to Boku partnership

Mobile ticketing business Corethree has arranged a partnership with carrier billing specialist Boku.

It means consumers will be able to charge bus tickets to their mobile phone account when they buy them via a Corethree application.

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Corethree introduces mobile tickets for Edinburgh trams

Mobile ticketing specialist Corethree has introduced an m-ticketing solution for Edinburgh’s new trams.

Passengers can use their smartphones to choose, buy and download tickets before catching a tram.

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Brighton & Hove bus passengers can now buy tickets on their mobile phone

Customers on Brighton & Hove buses can now use a mobile phone app instead of cash when they want to buy a ticket, although the option is currently only available on a few services and with certain ticket types.

Watford-based Corethree has provided the mobile ticketing platform.

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