Nokia, MasterCard test wireless payment

    May 14, 2003

Imagine waving your mobile phone at a filling pump to pay for gas or tapping it on some tiny gadget to buy a bag of doughnuts.

That’s the vision from Nokia Corp. and MasterCard International Inc., which have teamed up to test technology they hope will someday give mobile phones new wireless credit card capabilities.

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