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Abstract

During the last two decades, numerous innovative mobile payment services have been introduced to both developing and developed economies. Many mobile payment applications have been launched by mobile network operators. Although the Polish market of mobile payments is in the initial phase of development, it is one of the pioneering and leading in Europe and globally. The mobile payment industry in Poland is expected to reach US$ 26,893.9 million by 2025 (Poland Mobile Wallet 2019). The main purpose of this article is an attempt to answer the following question: how does “safety” feature influence consumer attention to use: payment cards without contactless payment function, cash and mobile payments?

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Payment card cash mobile payment

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Artur Borcuch 2020. The statistical analysis of „Safety” feature for payment cards with contactless payment function, cash and mobile payments in Poland. Results of own research . International Journal on Integrated Education. 3, 2 (Feb. 2020), 51-55. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v3i2.12.

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