Comments for en-gb 30 Fri 22 Aug 2014 09:50:55 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at dennisjunior1 Rory:I think it should as soon as possible.... Tue 09 Dec 2008 05:59:16 GMT+1 soldave This scheme has been in place in Japan for years now and is called the Edy system. Simple, easy to charge in a convenience store (put the money in the machine and the phone on a receiver and the money is charged), and then payment is just done through swiping the phone over a reader. Tue 18 Nov 2008 02:39:59 GMT+1 Cameron There are a number of very handy technologies around and none of them are gaining a foothold, probably because none of them solve the whole problem.Knowing that I'm going to get shot down for the London-centric solution...Linking Oyster cards, pay and wave technology and some sort of tech that allows bigger payments would do it. Oyster has a use already, pay and wave for transactions under £10 is convinient but I can't replace my wallet until I can make bigger payments too, I presume this would be where the payment system in the above article comes in. Stick a chip that can do all that in a mobile phone and roll it out in London where Londoners will initially use it as an Oyster card replacement. Now you have the momentum, once enough people have it coffee shops and bars (for the under £10 payments) followed by stores (for the bigger payments) will follow suit and as soon as they do in London, it gets rolled out to the rest of the country. Sun 16 Nov 2008 15:31:56 GMT+1 dennisjunior1 that is a good idea! Sat 15 Nov 2008 23:55:31 GMT+1 rosscbrown All good, great and lovely; but I don't want to have even more of my (hard earned) cash tied up in some other person's payment system,I have £25 locked up in Starbucks, £15 in Costa, a huge £45 in Oyster Card (and I'm not even a Londoner and so on.Whoever works out an easy to use payment system that does not require me to pre-pay, if you like, will be a very rich person... Fri 14 Nov 2008 20:38:45 GMT+1