Ali Abdallah Alalwan

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This study aims to propose and validate a conceptual model demonstrating the main factors predicting customers’ intention and adoption of Internet banking in Jordan. The conceptual framework was theorised by integrating factors from the Extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT2): performance expectancy (PE), facilitating conditions(More)
This study investigates the factors influencing customers’ intention and adoption of telebanking in Jordan. The proposed model integrated perceived risk with the extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology. The results show that behavioral intention is significantly influenced by performance expectancy, hedonic motivation, price value, and(More)
This study aims to propose and test a model for understanding the Jordanian customers’ intention and adoption toward mobile banking. A conceptual model was developed by integrating the following factors: performance expectancy (PE), hedonic motivation (HM), facilitating conditions (FC), perceived risk (PR) and trust (TR). Required data was collected using a(More)
This research aims to explore whether Jordanian customers’ perceptions on intention and use of Internet banking services varies according to their demographic characteristics. According to prior literature, there are five demographic factors; namely: age, gender, income, education and customers’ experience with the computer and Internet. These have been(More)
This study aims to explore whether Jordanian customers’ perceptions on intention and adoption of Mobile banking (MB) services varies according to their demographic characteristics. As per the prior literature, five demographic factors, namely age, gender, income, education and customer’s experience with computer and Internet have been considered in the(More)
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