Europe's leading banks will move a step closer to a cashless society today when they unveil plans to turn mobile telephones into credit cards.
If the recommended technology - supported by mobile makers Nokia, Ericsson and Siemens - catches on there will be no more fumbling for change at the till. Instead, a
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