Web-Wired ATMs May Take Off

Gosnell, David
December 2000
Bank Technology News;Dec2000, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p61
Trade Publication
Highlights a survey conducted by Dove Consulting Inc. which shows consumer support for automated teller machines (ATM) that double as Internet access stations. Percentage of respondents who would use a kiosk if it was available to them; Impact of transaction costs on prospective use of such stations; Major players in the ATM industry; Internet-based transactions offered through ATM.


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