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Mobile banking will become a “must-have” when opening a new account

  • Mobile banking will become a “must-have” when opening a new account-

    Banks in developed countries will harness the power of the app and the smartphone to provide their customers with a much improved and personalized service experience. The sign-up process will be a simple box to tick in account opening processes (where it isn’t already) from banks that are keen to make life easier for customers by proving the ability to manage their money on the move in what might otherwise be dead time.

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Mobile banking will become a “must-have” when opening a new account

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    Banks in developed countries will harness the power of the app and the smartphone to provide their customers with a much improved and personalized service experience. The sign-up process will be a simple box to tick in account opening processes (where it isn’t already) from banks that are keen to make life easier for customers by proving the ability to manage their money on the move in what might otherwise be dead time.

As 2010 draws to a close, Juniper Research has drawn up a list of predictions for the coming year, all neatly wrapped up as the top trends for the mobile and wireless industry for 2011.  A free report detailing the findings is available to download from the Juniper website today.

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