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Mobile banking numbers to pass 800 million by 2011 – Juniper

Juniper Research are predicting a 10 fold increase in the numbers using mobile banking, by 2011.

Courtesy of finextra.

Finextra: Mobile banking numbers to pass 800 million by 2011 – Juniper

The number of people accessing banking services via their mobile phones is set to soar to 816 million by 2011 – a ten fold increase on 2007, according to a global study by analyst house Juniper Research

In a related point there was a discussion today on twitter about an apparent drop in use of online banking reported by Comscore, and how this could be [speculation] contributed to by mobile use, use of aggregators (Mint, Wesabe etc) or account alerts.

Written by Colin Henderson

April 16, 2008 at 22:27

Posted in mobile

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  1. How about a link to the twitter posts?

    Mike Walker

    April 17, 2008 at 10:14

  2. Thanks for that Mike … will make a point of adding in future. Sometimes its awkward because either the comments are protected, or are from multiple people. Nonetheless point taken.


    April 23, 2008 at 03:27

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