Think&Go NFC to offer 300 free NFC devices for companies to test NFC Services and Profitable Business Model

NFC start-up Think&Go NFC is offering free NFC devices to companies who wish to deploy or experiment with NFC powered services. The devices will include a selection of Alternative NFC Devices (Mopho’s NFC Mobile Wallet, TwinLinx’s MyMax and WDI’s iCarte for iPhone) and best of breed NFC phones as they are released, and will be shared among the most compelling projects submitted.

“Thanks to recent announcements from the likes of Nokia, Google and RIM, NFC is the now in the public eye. We want to seize this opportunity to show companies from all segments how NFC’s ease of use can improve the way of serving customers or employees, and build profitable business models and ROI.” says Think&Go NFC CEO Vincent Berge, “We are already working with customers in such diverse activities as retail, bank, transport, port management, and fitness equipment so we really believe that the scope for applications is endless. We are here to help organizations generate profit from this new use of mobile phones.”

Think&Go NFC’s solutions allow the same services to run on more than 300 standard phones fitted with Alternative NFC Devices and NFC phones alike. This allows NFC to de deployed now independently of the supply of NFC phones and of other players in the NFC ecosystem. Progressive migration to NFC phones as they appear will always remain an option.

Companies interested in Think&GO NFC’s offer should write to freeNFC@thinkandgonfc.com, visit www.thinkandgonfc.com or meet Think&Go NFC on Morpho’s stand at Carte 2010 at Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition center on stand N° 4 H 001.

 

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