Secure Mobile Ticketing

For all mobile phones

Secure

Carrier class server, secure payments and validations

Mobile

Truly mobile, works on all mobile phones in the world, smart or dumb

Ticketing

Real-time ordering with practically any kind of payment

An endless number of applications

Public transport, Retail, Parking, Events, Coupons, Loyalty and Security.

Zero Fraud

The Mobill Service Platform creates unique tickets and coupons, impossible to fake

Mobill Applications

An endless number of applications

Mobill’s Secure Mobile Ticketing is an M-Commerce technology that can be applied on any kind of payment, transfer of vouchers or documents of value:

Did you know?

  • Mobill’s Alliance Server provides integrated ticketing across multiple transport operators. One ticket validates and passes barriers in each system. Alliance Server provides a neutral platform for operators to agree cross-ticketed services.
  • Mobill operates the largest mobile ticketing service in Scandinavia including the Stockholm metropolitan network (SL, Storstockholms Länstrafik) and bus services in many Swedish cities.
  • Got a mobile app or SMS service but no validation? Use Mobill’s M-Validate service to add validation, secure your tickets from fraud and get feedback on usage and behaviour
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This is how it works

Mobill’s Secure Mobile Ticketing can be used for virtually any payment.

The example of buying a subway ticket shows the simplicity and some of the security features.

  • A traveller sends a short text to a displayed SMS number.
  • M-Ticket responds instantly with an SMS ticket to the travellers phone.
  • The ticket fee is charged to the telephone bill, a credit card attached to the phone or a pre-paid account.
  • The traveller scans the phone’s display with the ticket in the validation unit.
  • M-Ticket confirms the ticket’s validity and opens the gate to the trains.
  • If the SMS ticket is a fake or too old, the traveller is informed that the ticket is invalid – gate stays shut.
  • If two travellers try to “share” the same ticket, the second traveller is informed that the ticket is invalid. At the same time the first traveller is informed that his ticket also just became invalid – both travellers lose their tickets.