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Lack of knowledge keeps Germans from mobile payments

Tuesday 5 April 2016 | 14:08 CET | News
German consumers don't have enough knowledge on how to use contactless payment with NFC technology, according to a recent Bitkom survey. About a third (32%) of respondents have made payments with their smartphones or are considering doing so in the future but 36 percent say they are not familiar wtih this payment option.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bitkom
Countries: Germany
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