Growing interest in smartphone payments - survey

Monday 11 April 2016 | 10:15 CET | News
Around 5 percent of Dutch consumers can access mobile payments over their smartphone, up from 3 percent last September, according to the latest poll by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. However, around 40 percent are not interested in mobile payments. A stable majority still said they would consider m-payments, and many of them are willing to take action such as downloading an app or installing a new SIM in order to use the services. The share willing to download an app fell slightly, to 48 percent from 52 percent in September. Only 6 percent said they were willing to acquire a new phone or a

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: KPN / Samsung / Telecompaper / Vodafone
Countries: Netherlands
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