A growing number of mobile payments companies are promoting systems that charge purchases to users' phone bills rather than credit or debit cards.

Since Apple Inc.'s tight control of the iPhone precludes this approach, the payments firms are gravitating to Google Inc.'s Android — which itself is emerging as the handset of choice for the consumers most likely to use their phones for banking and financial activities.

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