Smartphone banking has limited mobility


Rejecting technology on the grounds it is unnecessary or represents too great a challenge is a common response when innovation threatens the status quo. Steam locomotives, automobiles, the internet and the mobile phone were all met with cynicism. Within a short space of time, however, society widely adopted these innovations. People have rightly worried about the proliferation of cyber crime and the safety of data online. Regardless, it would be competitive suicide to offer retail banking

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