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Mobile Payments Market to Quadruple by 2014, reaching $630bn in value, although still only accounting for around 5% of ecommerce retail sales

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Mobile Payments to generate almost $22bn of transactions by 2011 and be adopted by 204m mobile phone users

Juniper Research predicts that P2P fund transfers and mobile payments in the developing world, together with the commercialisation in 2009 of NFC (Near Field Communications) based mPayments will generate transactions worth approximately $22bn.

Coverage: Worldwide
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07-2007

Mobile Payments to Reach $1.3tn Annually by 2017, as NFC and Physical Goods Sales Accelerate

Hampshire, UK – 15th August 2012: The scale of global mobile payment transactions is expected to rise nearly fourfold over the next five years to more than $1.3tn, a new report from Juniper Research has found.

Coverage: Global ~ 8 Key Regions
Author: Windsor Holden, Dr

08-2012

Mobile Payments to Rise 40% This Year, Juniper Research Finds

A new report from Juniper Research has found that the value of global payments via mobile devices will reach around $507 billion this year, a rise of nearly 40% year-on-year.

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Author: Windsor Holden, Dr

04-2014

Mobile Payments to rise from $155m in 2005 to $10bn Total Revenue by 2010, with Increasing Consumer Adoption of m-Payment Schemes

Coverage: Worldwide
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05-2006

Mobile payments users to grow by 40% to reach 2.5 billion globally by 2015, according to Juniper Research

A new report by analyst firm Juniper Research forecasts that the number of mobile phone users making payments for digital goods will reach 2.5 billion worldwide by 2015, up from 1.8bn forecast for 2011. This represents a growth of 40%.

Coverage: Global - 8 Key regions
Author: Howard Wilcox

06-2011

Mobile Phone Security Market to Reach nearly $5bn by 2011, Driven by Rising Security Threat to Smarter Phones

According to a new report by Juniper Research, there has been a steadying rise in security attacks on vulnerable mobile phones.

Coverage: Worldwide
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12-2006

Mobile Phones Equipped with Near Field Communications (NFC) to Generate $75bn worth of Payment Transactions Within 5 Years

A new analysis of the NFC mobile payments opportunity forecasts that the gross transaction value of payments made via NFC contactless technology, for relatively low value purchases (such as refreshments, tickets and food), will exceed $75bn globally by 2013.

Coverage: Global - 8 Key Regions
Author: Howard Wilcox

07-2008

Mobile Retail Market to exceed $12 billion by 2014, driven by one-to-one marketing and smartphone adoption, Juniper Report finds

A new report from Juniper Research has found that one-to-one marketing allied to the rapid proliferation of smartphones will be among the key drivers of a mobile retail market which is anticipated to exceed $12 billion by 2014.

Coverage: Global - 8 Key regions
Author: Howard Wilcox

03-2010

Mobile Retail Purchases to Exceed $700bn Annually by 2018, Juniper Research Finds

Hampshire, UK – 7th January 2014: A new report from Juniper Research has found that annual retail payments on mobile handsets and tablets are expected to reach $707 billion by 2018, representing 30% of all eRetail by that time. This compares with mobile retail spend of $182 billion last year, when mobile accounted for around 15% of eRetail.

Coverage: Global
Author: Windsor Holden, Dr

01-2014

 

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