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Re: m-commerce 's problem
Posted by Steven Hale on 2001-12-04 13:39:02
In reply to yq zhang
Both in-store and web-based shopping allow browsing through alternatives, and permit a salesperson or a reviewer to comment on the product (e.g. Amazon's reviews). M-commerce at this point doesn't because of the difficulty of presenting in-depth content. M should be well-suited for buyers who know exactly what they want or who are buying under time constraints (e.g. tracking the bids on Ebay).

 * 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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