Despite numerous companies trying their best to own the mobile payments space, most Americans don’t want to use their phones for payments. At least according to the latest survey on smartphone payments. The New York Times
reports on a survey from University of California in Berkley that says “adult Internet users” in the U.S. aren’t quite ready to pay with their phones. The Nokia-funded surveyed asked questions of 1,203 people, with a 3.4 percent margin of error....
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