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$15 Billion in Mobile Commerce Projected in Market

Research from RetailMeNot, predicts that more consumers in the United Kingdom will be spending their money through mobile devices in the coming years. According to this research, some $15 billion in mobile commerce retail transactions are expected to be made by the end of this year. The report notes that this is a significant increase over the $7 billion that was reported last year. Currently, mobile commerce accounts for as much as 30% of all digital retail transactions made throughout the world. A recent report from Gartner suggests that digital income revenue in the United States has reached 22%. This will increase to 50% by 2017. A similar trend has emerged in the United Kingdom, where consumers are placing more value on mobile shopping over more conventional forms of commerce. UK consumers appear to favor the convenience of mobile commerce, as it allows them to avoid long lines and shop whenever they want, wherever they may be at the time.



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