March 2009
Wireless Week;3/1/2009, Vol. 14 Issue 20, p17
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The article discusses the growing popularity of the mobile banking system. Analysts describe the mobile banking as a killer apparatus. It is expected that the number of U.S. banks offering mobile banking is expected to rise to 614 in 2009 which is estimately four percent of banks in the U.S. Bank of America Corp. is making efforts to popularize the mobile banking among its customers. Growth in the use of smartphones like iPhone or iPod Touch has further simplified the mobile banking system.


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