Friday, 11 January 2013 00:00 | Kirill Rechter, CEO, LogNet Systems
Mobile payments are set to continue their growth throughout 2013.
We expect to see increased usage of mobile payments and mobile wallets in 2013 and beyond, especially in emerging markets where credit and debit card usage is low or non-existent.
For similar reasons, the demand for mobile broadband will likely grow as in many countries in the developing world the mobile handset is less expensive than a PC and serves for many as the main access point to the Internet.
At the same time, IPTV and VoIP hold tremendous potential a as less expensive and easier-to-use alternative to incumbent offerings.
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