A New Generation Of Payment Service - Complete And Compete The Traditional Service -
The aim of this paper is to go over the main points findings from mobile payments research, and to suggest promising directions for future research. The information presented here analyzes the competitive environment on the level of business units, and relates the average profitability of the participants in this area. The mobile payment services may be supported or inhibited by the advancement of the structures of financial services markets within various countries. The developments in information and communication technologies will continue to have, widespread influences on how the finance industry operates. Transmitting money electronically and making online payments are increasingly popular.
Volume (Year): 46 (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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