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Operators in developed Asia–Pacific should consider using mobile money to protect core service revenue rather than for direct revenue growth, because operator revenue from mobile payments will be less than 1% of core service revenue in 2020.
Operators in developing Asia–Pacific (DVAP) were compelled to explore financial services earlier than their peers in other regions of the world because telecoms markets slowed in the region in the early 2000s and operators needed to supplement slowing revenue growth. Some of these efforts, such as NTT Docomo's Osaifu-Keitai platform in Japan, were very successful until recent years.
THIS FORECAST REPORT PROVIDES:
a detailed forecast of mobile money services in DVAP, specifically covering advanced mobile wallets (AMWs) like NTT Docomo’s Osaifu-Keitai or KT’s MoCa, with sub-regional and country splits for selected markets
a description of the main drivers and inhibitors of adoption for mobile money services, including market and regulatory dynamics
an assessment of the opportunity for mobile operators, financial institutions, and third-party players in the value chain.
This report provides detailed forecasts for mobile money services in DVAP, and includes detailed analysis of trends in the following countries.
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