Kasavana, Michael L.
July 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2011, p142
Trade Publication
The article discusses the increasing trend of mobile payments among consumers in the U.S. It mentions that the convergence of mobile phones and accessible commercial service has changed the way of how business is transacted. It affirms that consumers can choose from several remote payment categories including the use of specialty device application, text message application and browser application.


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