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Re: Whatever Happened to M-Commerce?
Posted by Michael Mahoney on 2001-11-30 13:35:55
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Few segments of e-commerce have been more over-hyped, and more disappointing, than mobile
commerce. Yankee Group mobile analyst Adam Zawel told the E-Commerce Times that companies have
failed to convince consumers of the worth of m-commerce. "There needs to be a reason to
make a purchase using your wireless device," Zawel said. "No one's going to bother with
an inferior experience on wireless when they can do it on their home PC."

 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Whatever Happened to M-Commerce?  Michael Mahoney  2001-11-30 13:35:55
Re: Whatever Happened to M-Commerce?  Jack Chen  2001-12-15 08:56:19
m-commerce 's problem  yq zhang  2001-12-01 08:09:12
Re: m-commerce 's problem  Steven Hale  2001-12-04 13:39:02
Re: Whatever Happened to M-Commerce?  Charles C. Mal  2001-11-30 14:15:16
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