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DEC 17, 2012 9:54am ET

Mobile Banking Study

Highlights of original research on U.S. banks’ mobile banking strategies, integrated with consumer perceptions of these strategies as determined by social media monitoring.

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AT&T recently partnered with the publishers of American Banker, American Banker Magazine, Insurance Networking News, and Bank Technology News to develop a series of insights, data, and research around mobile banking and technology. These in-depth roundtables and research projects dive into mobile banking technology and features from both the business and consumer perspective.