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Mobile & Wireless

Mobile online banking on the rise in Australia

Friday 8 February 2013 | 02:03 CET | News
Australian smartphone users are switching from browsers to apps for their online banking. The proportion of Australian smartphone users who use their phone to conduct online banking transactions is now over 20 percent while online banking via a PC is dropping, according to Roy Morgan research. The adoption of mobile online banking differs between brands: 28 percent of Apple iPhone users are using mobile online banking compared to 18 percent of Samsung users. Samsung owners, however, are driving the growth in mobile banking. The proportion of Samsung users who bank on their mobile almost doubled in the past year with increased availability of mobile banking apps on Android OS.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Australia
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