A Comparative Analysis Study on Mobile Banking and Mobile Wallet Services in India

  • K Karthikeyan Dean and Controller of Examinations, Coordinator Naren IAS Academy Associate Professor of Commerce PG and Research Department of Commerce, Vivekananda College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
  • M Dinesh Kumar Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce K.L.N. Arts & Sciences College, Sivagangai, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: Online banking, Mobile banking, Mobile wallets and mobile applications

Abstract

Banking sectors are fully focused on Mobile Banking and Mobile wallets and engage in electronic device and apps initiatives by reducing physical activities in banking operations. Mobile Banking and Mobile Wallet practices perceived various electronic products and services to measures supporting private companies, public and private banking sector procedures to electronic management systems and reduction of fuel and cost proper utilization. They are the best performance and efficiency of Mobile Banking and Mobile Wallet in the key of elements in the financial system. The most important mobile banking services have been mentioned through Account Access, Balance Enquiry, E-Passbook, Account Statement, Fund Transfer, Bill Payment, Branch Locator, ATM Locator and Requests, etc. Mobile wallet’s procedure is to open a zero account to submit KYC for address proof rather than submit a mobile number—payment using a one-time password, pin code, or bar code. The funds are limited to transactions only. Most private companies, public and private sector banks are; Airtel Money, Axis Bank Lime, Citrus Pay, Freecharge, ICICI Pockets, Itz Cash, Jio Money, Mobikwik, Oxigen, mRuppee, Paytm, SBI Buddy, SpeedPay, Vodafone M-Pesa, etc. The awareness of mobile banking and mobile wallet products and services is ready for all people using modern banking activities. Mobile banking and mobile wallets reduce physical activities and use information technology devices for proper handling of banking websites and private company mobile apps etc. This relative study of Mobile Banking and Mobile Wallet shows that there are significant differences in the transactions of Mobile Banking and Mobile Wallet volume and value. Analysis simple percentages have been used to analyze and interpret the data on Mobile Banking and Mobile Wallet volume and value made in India during the study period of 2012-13 to 2018-19 (7 years).

Published
2021-10-01
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