63% of consumers use smartphones to access mobile banking

Sunday 4 November 2012 | 20:34 CET | News
Consumers prefer to access mobile banking by native app (41%), according to Verve Mobile. Of consumers surveyed, 63 percent use a smartphone as their overwhelming platform choice for mobile banking and 73 percent want communications based on their financial profile. The top three mobile banking services used were transfers (63%), bill pay (62%) and alerts (40%). Location services most used, as it relates to mobile banking are ATM locator by current location (51%), branch locator (19%), ATM by zip code (19%) and branches filtered by services (12%). Of consumers surveyed 70 percent say expense

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