The Internet of Things Will Be Prepaid
- Date:May 13, 2016
- Ben Jackson
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Connected devices will follow the path of mobile payments and use prepaid accounts for payments.
Refrigerators that can order food, cars that can fuel themselves, and houses that pay utility bills are all devices that will be part of the “Internet of Things.” Devices such as these will use prepaid accounts to make payments for the things they buy.
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