Mobile ticketing to surge says Juniper

Tuesday 3 May 2016 | 13:12 CET | Author: Marion ter Welle | Background
Juniper's latest research report focuses on mobile ticketing and predicts that mobile ticket purchases will more than double by 2020. Juniper estimates that globally around 23 billion transport and event tickets will be sold via mobile handset by 2020.

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