Cette vidéo vous montre comment un client paie son repas en utilisant son téléphone mobile à La perla, restaurant acceptant les paiements TagPay (www.tagpay.fr). Tous les téléphones mobiles peuvent payer avec TagPay sans aucune modification ni installation de logiciel particulier.

E.commerce by TagPay

This video shows how TagPay can be used to buy on the web. Any Merchant’s WebSite can include a new payment button allowing customer to pay securely in one click with TagPay. The customer enters his mobile phone number, his TagPay password and is authenticated by VSA; his phone rings, picks-up and just brings the phone next to his PC. That’s it! It’s extremely secure and easy.

TagPay1600 used in a Restaurant

This video is shot at La Perla, a restaurant at 26, Rue François Miron in Paris that accepts TagPay mobile payment. In this video, a customer uses his mobile phone to pay for his lunch. The mobile payment is made as follows: First, the waiter enters the amount due in the mobile payment terminal. Then, the customer enters his mobile phone number on the terminal. The TagPay service calls the customer. When he answers the call, a transaction one time audio password is sent to the terminal. The customer dips his phone in the terminal to hear this sound. In less than 3 seconds, the transaction is complete and a confirmation SMS is sent to the customer’s phone. TagPay makes mobile payment quick and simple with any mobile phone.

UAE Telecom Regulator to BAN BlackBerry

The UAE’s telecoms regulator has announced that BlackBerry services in the country will be suspended from 11 October this year.

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said that the suspension was due to the failure of ongoing attempts since 2007 to bring BlackBerry services in the country in line with local regulations.

“With no solution available and in the public interest, in order to affect resolution of this issue, as of October 11, 2010, Blackberry Messenger, Blackberry Email and Blackberry Web-browsing services will be suspended until an acceptable solution can be developed and applied,” said TRA director general Mohamed Al Ghanim.