Mobile banking is seeing some action in Poland. In March 2014 polling by Ipsos for ING, nearly half of adult internet users in the country said they banked on a mobile device.
This was the third-highest percentage out of the countries studied, trailing only Turkey (56%) and the Netherlands (50%) and tying with Spain (48%)—and beating the survey average by 10 percentage points.
In an April 2014 study, Money.pl found that users in Poland were accessing mobile banking frequently: 82.7% of tablet owners reported banking via such a device at least once per week, and 84.4% of smartphone users said the same.
Around half of those groups used a mobile device several times per week to conduct banking—the most popular frequency. Still, nearly one-quarter of respondents reported banking on a smartphone every day—the second-highest frequency for that device, likely due to its portability.
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