Canadian Mobile and Alternative Payments Market Examined & Forecast in New Packaged Facts Report Available at

11 Jan 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Being one of the worldwide leaders in terms of payment technologies, Canada, nevertheless, is taking just first steps on the mobile payments path. Currently, there are above 21.5 million of grown-ups using mobile phones in the country, while only slightly above 16 percent of local adult mobile phone owners executed mobile payments over the last 12 months. Mobile P2P is set to be the most prominent contributor to the growth of the mobile payments market in Canada. Local electronic P2P as well as E-Wallet payments are forecast to demonstrate a CAGR of over 60 percent through 2015.

Meantime, Rogers Communications, the Canada-based company, together with RIM has recently published the first NFC-enabled print ad in order to encourage domestic mobile payments.

New market research report “Mobile and Alternative Payments in Canada” drawn up by Packaged Facts delves deep into the mobile and alternative payments market in Canada. The study provides valuable data on the market size, mobile phone usage and mobile banking trends. It contains information on mobile payments strategies and infrastructure, payment laws and mobile payers’ current and intended use of mobile payment. Market forecast through 2015 can be found in the study too.

Report Details:

Mobile and Alternative Payments in Canada
Published: December, 2012
Pages: 146
Price: US$ 3,995.00

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