M's the Word
Mobile commerce is starting small.
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Imagine customers waving mobile phones and-poof!-buyingproducts. It should become a reality soon enough. "Consumerswill ease into m-commerce," says Andrew Cole, an analyst atBoston research firm Adventis. "They'll overcome theiranxieties [by making] small purchases."
Those small charges, or "micropayments," didn'talways interest the big players. But with more online merchantstesting m-commerce devices, powerhouses such as Cingular and VisaInternational are storming the field.
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