Research and Markets: 3Q.2009 Poland Mobile Payment Market Forecast, 2009 - 2013: Gross Transaction Value of Mobile Payments in Poland Will Reach $1.16 Billion in 2013
Research and Markets
announced the addition of IE Market Research Corp.'s new report "3Q.2009 Poland
Mobile Payment Market Forecast, 2009 - 2013: Gross transaction value of mobile
payments in Poland will reach $1.16 billion in 2013" to their offering.
The mobile payment market in Poland continues to grow rapidly. An increasing number of people are utilizing their mobile phones to do banking, trading, money transfer, and commerce on a daily basis. Poland Mobile Payment Market Forecast provides a comprehensive forecast of this mobile payment market. We cover annual forecasts of mobile payment users, transactions, gross transaction values, and average transaction size going out to 2013. We provide forecasts for the following categories within the mobile payment market: Merchandise purchases, Digital purchases, Ticketing, Money transfers, Bill payment, and Prepaid top-ups. We also provide forecasts of mobile payment transactions for each of the following technologies: SMS, WAP/Web, USSD, and NFC.
Poland is one of the countries in our "IEMR 50" list. We provide estimates and
forecasts at the country level for the "IEMR 50" list of countries where we
undertake primary field research based on our quarterly Global Consumer
Telecommunications Survey. This survey looks at telecommunications usage and
trends in 50 markets representing over 80% of the worlds population and 85% of
the worlds mobile subscriber base. Conducted in monthly waves, IEMRs Global
Consumer Telecommunications Survey measures trends in fixed and mobile telecoms
usage among consumers in the "IEMR 50" countries.
To this comprehensive dataset, we are adding a PowerPoint presentation which
provides our clients with an overview of key trends in the global mobile payment
market. In addition to explaining overall trends in mobile payments in the
world, we discuss country-specific trends and provide insights into this
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