Article

  Comment(0)

 
Share:    Email  

Early days for mobile payments adoption: MasterCard news

domain-b.com

Monday, May 14, 2012 - 11:13

While no two markets are the same, consumer readiness is the critical success factor to drive mobile payments adoption around the globe, says a new report by payment facilitator, MasterCard.

While no two markets are the same, consumer readiness is the critical success factor to drive mobile payments adoption around the globe, says a new report by payment facilitator, MasterCard.

The MasterCard Worldwide study MasterCard Mobile Payments Readiness Index (MPRI), released today, relies on an analysis of 34 countries and their readiness to use three types of mobile payments: person to person, mobile web commerce and mobile contactless payments at the point of sale.

India was rated at a score of 31.5 in the MasterCard index, driven by high scores in the infrastructure component, moderate scores in financial services and consumer readiness, and lower scores in overall environment. Consumer Readiness scores are in line with India's overall ranking on the index – number 21.

Read the full story by clicking the link below
http://www.domain-b.com/infotech/ebusiness/20120514_mobile_payments.html
 
Tags: Mobile Payments, Global, MasterCard, MPRI

Sponsored Links
 

 

  Article

   Comments(0)

 
Login or register to post comments
[Show comment]

FEATURED EVENTS

Mobile Money Africa 2014Digital Banking Summit
PayExpo 2014 

Stay Connected

 
Sign Up for the Latest in:
 
 
Mobile Money Transfer
Mobile Commerce
Micro Finance
Mobile Technology
EMEA
APAC
Mobile Payments
Mobile Banking
Mobile Marketing
Global
Americas
Company
(*)
 

MOST POPULAR

HEADLINES

1.Paydiant’s White-Label Mobile Wallet Selected as a 2014 MITX What
2.Kenya shakes up mobile money by licensing three MVNOs
3.Inside Clinkle: A Stanford Kid Got $30 Million and Then Everythin
4.Facebook Prepares A Money-Transfer Service, But Still Needs Trust
5.4 Ways to Compete for Mobile Payments
6.Watch Out PayPal? The Real Meaning Of A Facebook Money Transfer B
7.“Time to do away from Billfolds: Mobile Payment Technology take
8.Orange Money – more than €2.2 billion in transactions have be
9.Orange Money – more than €2.2 billion in transactions have be
10.China gets first bitcoin ATM, skirting bank crackdown
11.How mobile money is changing Asia

FEATURED COMPANIES

MOST POPULAR

BLOGS


 
 

Mobile Financial News from around the web

 
 
 

Inside the DonRiver Network