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August 28, 2006

Siemens Business Services brings ticket vending machines to the user's pocket

Millions of Germans will soon be able to pay for their bus and train tickets by mobile phone.

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From October 2006, the residents of seven large German cities and a number of smaller municipalities throughout Germany will be able to buy their bus and train tickets using their mobile phone. The "pocket ticket machine" will not require any change, and users will not have to queue up to use it. Instead, it will be possible to buy tickets by means of easy-to-use software installed on the user's telephone. Siemens Business Services is implementing the necessary IT solution, which they will then operate for two years. The locations involved in the scheme include Essen, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Ulm, Wuppertal, and Vogtland.


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