Dutch prefer mobile payment via bank

Monday 26 November 2012 | 08:45 CET | News
More than half of those living in the Netherlands would be interested in making payments via their smartphone instead of or in addition to a debit card or cash, according to a poll conducted by Telecompaper in August and September among 15-65 year olds. Respondents were also asked if they would prefer app, NFC sticker or embedded NFC technology payment methords, and paying via debit card, credit card or their telephone bill. A small majority (55%) would prefer an app-based rather than an NFC payment method. Respondents also said they would prefer to pay via their bank, followed at a distance

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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