Place, Janey
September 2007
Bank Technology News;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p43
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the activity in mobile banking a payment as a reminiscent of the flurry of business models piloted by banks during the 1990's. He argues the mobile banking and payments trials, pilots and roll-outs demonstrates that business models are not yet clear, referring to the teaming up of some companies with mobile networks, while other engage into third parties. He believes that it is reasonable to hope that banks continue to exercise a dominant role in payments as commerce.


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