German mobile payment skeptics decrease to 45% - study

Wednesday 31 August 2011 | 10:55 CET | News
The number of Germans not able to imagine using their mobile phone as payment tool has dropped from 60 percent in March of this year to 45 percent now, according to a survey executed by market researcher Toluna for German communications consultancy Faktenkontor. Of the skeptics, 47 percent find the advantages of current payment services like cash or debit cards the most important reason for not wanting to use mobile payments, followed by 42 percent naming security issues as main reason. The study found that Germans who are already using m-payment services or want to use such services see

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