New York’s MTA Metro-North Railroad to Test Smartphone Ticketing This Summer Project to test smartphone ticketing using iPhone, Android and Blackberry handsets on the largest commuter rail network in the US NEW YORK - 12 July 2012 – New York’s MTA Metro-North Railroad, working with transit mobile ticketing specialists Masabi US

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Masabi unveils app for reading smart card transport tickets using NFC-enabled phones Android app allows display of ITSO smart card-based ticket content, paving the way for phone-based inspection system, ‘top-ups’ and ticket purchases LONDON, UK - 31st May 2012 – Masabi, a developer of mTicketing technology for the transport sector, today unveiled

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Redspottedhanky.com and Masabi Launch Windows Phone 7 UK Rail Ticketing App Buy tickets with no booking or card fees, search train times and earn loyalty points on phones such as the Nokia Lumia 800 LONDON, UK – 28th May 2012 – redspottedhanky.com, the award winning online travel retailer, today announced the launch

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first great western launches masabi’s first windows phone 7 mTicketing app We’re delighted to announce our first Windows Phone 7 (WP7) mTicketing app for UK Rail, in conjunction with First Great Western, has hit the Marketplace. It’s free to download and boasts live train running and platform information as well as

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MBTA and Masabi to Launch First Smartphone Rail Ticketing System in the U.S. Apps will allow Commuter Rail customers to purchase and display tickets on iPhone, Android and Blackberry BOSTON, MA – 23rd April 2012 – Today, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and Masabi US Ltd, the transit mobile ticketing pioneer,

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masabi ceo named as top transport innovator   Masabi CEO Ben Whitaker was named by New Transit Magazine as one of the transport industry's most influential innovators in their Power List 2012: Innovators & Pioneers, published on Tuesday 7th February. The list honours certain individuals across the transport sector who are introducing new

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Now supports everyday handsets and high-end smartphones including: Blackberry, Nokia, Android, Sony Ericsson and Samsung LONDON, UK – 3rd March 2011 – Masabi, the developer of mobile ticketing technology for the transport sector, today announced that the mobile rail ticket purchase application it developed for thetrainline.com, now supports most high-end

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