More Americans trust credit card companies to provide accurate bills than they do cell phone operators, according to a Harris Interactive survey commissioned by Billing Revolution. Credit card
companies were trusted more by 57% of respondents, but there was a wide discrepancy by age -- 65% for those aged 55+, and 52% for 18-34 year-olds.
Some 80% of U.S. adults receive bills from
both types of companies.
The survey also found that 45% of cell phone owners feel it's "at least somewhat safe" to make purchases from them. Of that group, 75% would buy entertainment
items, including movie/event tickets (58%), music (41%), games (34%), and video/TV content (24%).
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