Mobile Commerce and Applications: An Exploratory Study and Review

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HAMEED, Khawar; AHSAN, Kamran; YANG, Weijun;
(2010)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computers and Society

Mobile commerce is enabling the development of additional revenue streams for organizations through the delivery of chargeable mobile services. According to the European Information Technology Observatory, the total amount of revenue generated by mobile commerce was rep... View more
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