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Growing Trends in Banking: Wearables, Mobile and PCs for Bill Payments

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Banks that are not prepared to handle bill payments electronically via wearables, mobile devices and PCs will likely alienate a good number of their customers. New findings from research firm Juniper Research show that the number of household bill payments made via PCs, tablets and mobile phones will exceed 20 billion this year, representing about 16 percent of all global consumer household bills.

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