Research shows mobile phone payment double by 2013

More and more ecommerce websites appear to be emerged within the subsequent two years following new research shows that the variety of active mobile money users could be doubled.

Juniper Research shows that about 200m users might be choosing mobile money facility by 2013, a figure that presently stands at 100m.

It also reported that about 40% of the active users will probably be from the Africa and also the Middle East regions by 2015 as various countries catch on to ecommerce.

On-line shopping figures could rise additionally because of the news, only daysResearch shows Mobile phone payment double by 2013 following comScore revealed that US web spending figures rose by 11% within the final quarter of final year.

US retailers took nearly £27m via their ecommerce websites throughout the three-month period.

Howard Wilcox, senior analyst at Juniper Research, added that especially mobile finances and banking will see an increase.

“Our report reveals the sheer variety of mobile money services, with much more launches within the initial eleven months of 2010 than within the entire of 2009,” he stated.

“However, there are many developing countries without the mobile payment system, plus we’re seeing usually a minimum of three services per country”

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Research shows mobile phone payment double by 2013

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  1. Jessica July 24, 2011 at 4:26 pm - Reply

    I think mobile would be the future of the payment. That's why Google and Paypal fighting to get the top spot! But personally I would like to see Google to be the pioneer rather than those money hungry Paypal of eBay Inc!

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