Mobile Phone Banking In Nigeria : Benefits , Problems and Prospects

@inproceedings{Agwu2014MobilePB,
  title={Mobile Phone Banking In Nigeria : Benefits , Problems and Prospects},
  author={Edwin M. Agwu and D. Carter},
  year={2014}
}
The internet and other electronic media have had a positive impact on the lives of individuals and businesses all over the world. This study investigated the extent of the adoption and usage of the mobile phone banking services among banking customers in Nigeria and the associated problems. Mobile phones are now ubiquitous and a standard aspect of daily life for a large percentage of the world population. In addition, innovations in mobile finances offer the potential to change the way… CONTINUE READING

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