Do you fancy the idea of using NFC for mobile payments? (Poll results)
0. phoneArena 13 Apr 2011, 07:51 posted on
Analysts and industry insiders really enjoy talking about the NFC era that is set to arrive pretty soon, and our poll shows that more than 50% of the people...
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1. deago78 (Posts: 160; Member since: 08 Oct 2009)
Technological development, sans some moral discrepancy, doesn't tend to yield to the opinion of the masses.
2. snowgator (Posts: 3456; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
As I am taking the last two answers as negative, one is a flat "no", the other choice is a "I do not have a choice", which is a non-supportive, the 117-106 vote was a dead heat. Not surprised it is a very even split. While I voted yes, it is a new tech, and even I would not take advantage of it as a habit until I was convinced it was secure. I would use it if available, though, especially if I was still using a Blackberry.
3. Xpple (unregistered)
I'm going back to using cash. The banks get enough fees from me without all this stuff. . . I don't think people realize that all these "credit" type of purchase cost everyone more--the business is charged a fee, you pay high interest, etc. . .
4. Christiscomingback (unregistered)
This is the first step towards a cashless society. The same technology being used today or will be used very soon is a prelude to the Mark of the Beast
5. SavageLucy42 (Posts: 211; Member since: 24 Mar 2011)
We aren't far from cashless now. If they'd just add card slots to snack/soda machines I'd probably never bother with cash again.
6. Super Android Evo (unregistered)
Damn you are hardcore! Because of you I will never use my debit or credit cards again! Also I will use all my change including the good old Abe penny! Wow I am logging off & going to church right now!!!! I need to repent!