One quarter of Brits interested in mobile wallets - research

Wednesday 15 June 2011 | 17:27 CET | News
Almost one quarter (23%) of UK consumers are interested in using their mobile phones to pay for purchases instead of cash, according to a survey by YouGov. The research found that 10 percent are likely to use this technology in the future. With 5 percent saying they will get the technology as soon as it is available, the majority (48%) will not rush to adopt mobile wallet services. These respondents agree that mobile wallets are a good idea, but would only consider adopting mobile payments when issued have been resolved. More than one third (36%) of respondents said they did not know if their

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: United Kingdom
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