Customer confidence in mobile shopping on the rise – study

Friday 5 July 2013 | 18:57 CET | News
Consumers are becoming increasingly confident about purchasing products and services using mobile phones and tablets, according to a survey by Parcel2Go. Around 68 percent of study respondents said they had used a mobile device such as a smartphone or an iPad to make a purchase over the internet. Nearly a third of respondents said they had not made online purchases using a mobile. The main reasons given were concerns relating to security and giving out payment details over a mobile connection.

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