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List of countries by mobile banking usage

This is a list of countries by mobile banking usage as measured by the percentage of people who had mobile banking transactions in the previous three months. The data is sourced from Bain, Research Now and Bain along with GMI NPS surveys in 2012.

Rank Country/Territory Usage in 2012[1]
1  South Korea 47%
2  China 42%
3  Hong Kong 41%
4  Singapore 38%
5  India 37%
6  Spain 34%
7  United States 32%
8  Mexico 30%
9  Australia 27%
10  France 26%
10  United Kingdom 26%
12  Thailand 24%
13  Canada 22%
14  Germany 14%

Note that under a broader definition of 'mobile banking', e.g. that provided in Mobile banking, African nations such as Kenya would rank highly. Kenya has 38% of the population as subscribers to M-Pesa as of 2011 [2]


See also

References

  1. ^ http://blog.unibulmerchantservices.com/mobile-banking-use-in-u-s-soars-still-far-behind-south-korea-india/
  2. ^ http://www.safaricom.co.ke/mpesa_timeline/timeline.html
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