Hoffman, Karen Epper
June 2002
Bank Technology News;Jun2002, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p26
Trade Publication
Assesses the wireless communication services offered by the banking industry in the U.S. Impact of wireless banking on the financial services industry; Account on the emergence of wireless banking services; Estimate on the number of wireless banking customers.


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