MP3: A Mobile Wallet: Cash, Credit, Or ... Cellphone?

27.01.2012

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A Mobile Wallet: Cash, Credit, Or ... Cellphone? MP3

Google already offers a way to pay for lunch or groceries using its "Google Wallet" on an Android phone — cell providers and banks aren't far behind with payment systems of their own. Analyst Gilles Ubaghs talks about how coupons and convenience might persuade customers to make the switch.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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