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Mobile Money: Mobile Payments, Mobile Remittance, Mobile Banking & Mobile Commerce Market - Advanced Technologies, Value Chain, Worldwide Market Forecasts & Analysis (2013 - 2018)

NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Mobile Money: Mobile Payments, Mobile Remittance, Mobile Banking & Mobile Commerce Market - Advanced Technologies, Value Chain, Worldwide Market Forecasts & Analysis (2013 – 2018)
http://www.reportlinker.com/p01099867/Mobile-Money-Mobile-Payments-Mobile-Remittance-Mobile-Banking--Mobile-Commerce-Market---Advanced-Technologies-Value-Chain-Worldwide-Market-Forecasts--Analysis-2013-–-2018.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Payment_Processing

The growth in mobile telecommunication services and ubiquitous availability of mobile phones are creating unexplored business opportunities not only for the mobile operators, but to a range of other industry participants. Mobile phones are known to transfer information, where as Mobile money enables it to transfer cash from one entity to another, it acts as an alternate payment method to transfer cash/ credit/ check and make financial transactions with the mobile phone. The success of M-PESA, which was launched in 2007 in Kenya and other African regions, has made the operators to focus on this market.

The mobile money ecosystem comprises of telecom operators, mobile money platform providers, financial institutions, regulators, payment processors and money transfer agents. The market is benefiting exponential growth due to various factors such as availability of mobile phones and considerable rate of people have a little or no access to banks in underdeveloped regions. The mobile operators who are looking for an opportunity and the financial institutions who are aiming for the financial inclusion compliment the growth of this market.

The research report on the mobile money market is aimed at exploring the current and future growth potential of mobile money in terms of mobile payments and remittances, mobile banking and mobile commerce over the period of 2013 – 2018. It discusses in detail about its ecosystem, value chain, key drivers, restraints and the opportunities available in this segment and also about the deployment technologies and regulatory trends.

This report by MarketsandMarkets is the first to analyze the revenue opportunity in mobile money across all the participants in the mobile money ecosystem. We have estimated the total mobile payments in terms of transaction value, forecast of total mobile money users and how many of them will be active users of mobile money over the period 2013 – 2018. The report also provides a split among different business verticals such as Banking and Financial services, Telecommunications, Media & Entertainment, Hospitality, Consumer goods and Retail and other allied segments across geographies.

The revenue opportunity in the mobile money market is forecasted based on the transaction mode (NFC/ Smart cards, Direct operator billing, Mobile Web / WAP, SMS and others), based on payment location (Remote payments, Proximity payments), Based on nature of Payments (Person to Person (P2P), Person to Business (P2B), Business to Person (B2P), Business to Business (B2B) and based on type of purchases (Air time transfers & Top Ups, Money Transfers and Mobile Payments, Merchandise & coupons, Travel Ticketing & Food, Digital products purchases). All these forecasts are segmented based on major geographies such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East & Africa and Latin America. It also highlights the key industry players in this market, along with a detailed competitive landscape.

MarketsandMarkets have also profiled leading players of this industry with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities. Key players profiled include Aepona, Comviva, C-SAM, Don River, eServ Global Ltd, Gemalto, Google, LUUP, MasterCard, mFoundry, Monitise, Moremagic, Obopay, PayPal, Sybase, UTIBA,Vesta, Visa Inc, XIUS and Yellow Pepper. A competitive landscape which discusses about the recent mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures and collaborations and venture capital trends are also mentioned in the report.

Scope of the Report

As mentioned this is the first report to present the revenue opportunity in the Mobile Money market. This research report categorizes the global market for forecasting the revenues and analyzing the trends in each of the following sub-markets:

Mobile Payments (Transaction Values) based on business verticals :

By Banking and Financial services
By Telecommunications
By Media & entertainment
By Hospitality
By Consumer goods & Retail
By Other business verticals
Mobile Money Revenues –
On the basis of Transaction modes

By NFC / Smartcards
By Direct mobile billing
By Mobile web / WAP
By SMS
By STK / USSD
By Other transaction modes
On the basis of Nature of Payments:

By Person to Person (P2P)
By Person to Business (P2B)
By Business to Person (B2P)
By Business to Business (B2B)
On the basis of Location

By Remote Payments
By Proximity Payments
On the basis of Types of Purchases

By Air time transfer & Top up
By Money Transfer & Payments
By Merchandise & Coupons
By Travel ticketing & Food
By Digital Products
And all these above segments are classified under five major geographies such as
On the basis of geography

North America (NA)
Europe (EU)
Middle-East Africa (MEA)
Asia-Pacific (APAC)
Latin America (LA)
This report provides 114 market tables and 65 figures covering all sub-segments and micro-markets.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 24

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 24
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 25
1.3 MARKETS COVERED 26
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 28
1.5 FORECAST ASSUMPTIONS 28
1.6 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 29

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 30

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 34

3.1 MARKET DEFINITION – MOBILE MONEY 34
3.2 EVOLUTION OF MOBILE MONEY 35
3.2.1 SUCCESS OF M-PESA 35
3.2.2 MOBILE MONEY – AN IMMATURE BUSINESS IN OTHER EMERGING ECONOMIES 35
3.2.2.1 Behavioral modification 36
3.2.2.2 Drive promotion activities based on segments 36
3.2.2.3 Partnership & Interoperability – a main concern 36
3.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 37
3.4 OVER ALL MARKET SIZE – MOBILE MONEY REVENUES 38
3.5 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS ON MOBILE MONEY 39
3.6 MARKET DYNAMICS 41
3.6.1 DRIVERS 41
3.6.1.1 Ubiquity of mobile phones and more un banked population in emerging economies 41
3.6.1.2 New avenue for mobile operators to curtail costs and increase revenue opportunity 41
3.6.1.3 Better leverage of existing infrastructure 42
3.6.1.4 Wider accessibility across various transaction modes 42
3.6.1.5 Growth in money remittance and consumer's interest in possessing formal financial services 42
3.6.2 RESTRAINTS 43
3.6.2.1 Consumers psychology of mobile money 43
3.6.2.2 Interoperability a major concern 43
3.6.2.3 Regulatory differences across borders 43
3.6.2.4 Security concerns 44
3.6.2.5 Fraud/Money Laundering risks 44
3.6.3 OPPORTUNITIES 45
3.6.3.1 Change the fate of economy – financial inclusion 45
3.6.3.2 Increasing business sustainability 46
3.6.3.3 Enhancing customer satisfaction 46
3.7 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DROS 47
3.8 MOBILE MONEY ECOSYSTEM 48
3.8.1 MOBILE NETWORK OPERATORS 49
3.8.2 BANKS & FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 49
3.8.3 MOBILE MONEY PLATFORM PROVIDERS 49
3.8.4 PAYMENT PROCESSORS 49
3.8.5 HANDSET MANUFACTURERS 50
3.8.6 REGULATORS & STANDARD BODIES 50

4 MOBILE MONEY TECHNOLOGIES & REGULATORY TRENDS 51

4.1 INTRODUCTION 51
4.2 TECHNOLOGIES & PLATFORMS 51
4.2.1 RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION 51
4.2.2 NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION (NFC) 52
4.2.3 DIGITAL & MOBILE WALLETS (MWALLET) 52
4.2.4 MOBILE WEB PAYMENTS (WAP) 53
4.2.5 SMS/PRSMS 54
4.2.6 UNSTRUCTURED SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES DATA (USSD) 54
4.2.7 SIM TOOL KIT (STK)/J2ME/BREW 55
4.3 CURRENT REGULATIONS & STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 56
4.3.1 ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING (AML)/COMBATING FINANCING OF TERRORISM 56
4.3.2 EU PAYMENT SERVICE DIRECTIVE (PSD) 56
4.3.3 SINGLE EURO PAYMENTS AREA (SEPA) 57
4.3.4 GSM ASSOCIATION 57
4.3.5 CONSULTATIVE GROUP TO ASSIST THE POOR (CGAP) 58
4.3.6 KNOW YOUR CUSTOMER (KYC) 58
4.3.7 CREDIT CARD ACCOUNTABILITY RESPONSIBILITY & DISCLOSURE (CARD) ACT 59

5 MOBILE MONEY – IS THE OPPORTUNITY REALLY BIG? 60

5.1 MOBILE PHONES FORECAST: IMPACT ON MOBILE MONEY 60
5.2 SMARTPHONES – A STRONG PUSH IN THE MOBILE PHONES LANDSCAPE 63
5.3 GROWING DEMAND FOR CONTACTLESS PAYMENT MARKET & NFC TECHNOLOGY – A FORECAST 66

6 MOBILE PAYMENTS – EVOLVING AS INEVITABLE & A STANDARD TRANSACTION MODE FOR PAYMENTS 69

6.1 MOBILE MONEY IS CERTAINLY A MAINSTREAM BUSINESS FOR OPERATORS 69
6.1.1 MARKET SIZE FORECAST OF TOTAL MOBILE MONEY USERS 69
6.2 MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTION VALUES – GAINING MOMENTUM 72
6.2.1 MARKET SIZE FORECAST – TOTAL VALUE OF MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTIONS 72

7 MOBILE MONEY – MARKET SIZE & FORECAST, BY VERTICAL SEGMENTS 77

7.1 MOBILE PAYMENTS – CONTRIBUTION FROM DIFFERENT BUSINESS VERTICALS 77
7.2 BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES 81
7.2.1 OVERVIEW 81
7.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 81
7.3 TELECOMMUNICATION 84
7.3.1 OVERVIEW 84
7.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 84
7.4 MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT 87
7.4.1 OVERVIEW 87
7.4.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 87
7.5 HOSPITALITY 90
7.5.1 OVERVIEW 90
7.5.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 90
7.6 CONSUMER GOODS & RETAIL 93
7.6.1 OVERVIEW 93
7.6.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 93
7.7 OTHER VERTICALS 95
7.7.1 OVERVIEW 95
7.7.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 95

8 MOBILE MONEY – REVENUES FORECAST 98

8.1 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE METRICS 98
8.2 MOBILE MONEY REVENUES – MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 99

9 MOBILE MONEY REVENUES – CLASSIFICATION, BY SEGMENTS 101

9.1 MOBILE REVENUES BY TRANSACTION MODES 101
9.1.1 NFC/SMARTCARDS 104
9.1.1.1 Overview 104
9.1.1.2 Market size and forecast 105
9.1.2 DIRECT MOBILE BILLING 107
9.1.2.1 Overview 107
9.1.2.2 Market size and forecast 107
9.1.3 MOBILE WEB/WAP PAYMENTS 110
9.1.3.1 Overview 110
9.1.3.2 Market size and forecast 110
9.1.4 SHORT MESSAGE SREVICES (SMS) 112
9.1.4.1 Overview 112
9.1.4.2 Market size and forecast 112
9.1.5 STK/USSD 115
9.1.5.1 Overview 115
9.1.5.2 Market size and forecast 115
9.1.6 OTHER TRANSACTION MODES 118
9.1.6.1 Overview 118
9.1.6.2 Market size and forecast 118
9.2 MOBILE REVENUES BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS 121
9.2.1 PERSON TO PERSON 123
9.2.1.1 Overview 123
9.2.1.2 Market size and forecast 123
9.2.2 PERSON TO BUSINESS 126
9.2.2.1 Overview 126
9.2.2.2 Market size and forecast 126
9.2.3 BUSINESS TO PERSON 129
9.2.3.1 Overview 129
9.2.3.2 Market size and forecast 129
9.2.4 BUSINESS TO BUSINESS 132
9.2.4.1 Overview 132
9.2.4.2 Market size and forecast 132
9.3 MOBILE REVENUES BY LOCATION 135
9.3.1 REMOTE PAYMENTS 138
9.3.1.1 Overview 138
9.3.1.2 Market size and forecast 138
9.3.2 PROXIMITY PAYMENTS 141
9.3.2.1 Overview 141
9.3.2.2 Market size and forecast 141
9.4 MOBILE REVENUES BY TYPES OF PURCHASES 144
9.4.1 AIRTIME TRANSFER & TOP UPS 147
9.4.1.1 Overview 147
9.4.1.2 Market size and forecast 147
9.4.2 MONEY TRANSFERS & PAYMENTS 150
9.4.2.1 Overview 150
9.4.2.2 Market size and forecast 150
9.4.3 MERCAHNDISE & COUPONS 152
9.4.3.1 Overview 152
9.4.3.2 Market size and forecast 152
9.4.4 TRAVEL & TICKETING 155
9.4.4.1 Overview 155
9.4.4.2 Market size and forecast 155
9.4.5 DIGITAL PRODUCTS 157
9.4.5.1 Overview 157
9.4.5.2 Market size and forecast 157

10 MOBILE MONEY REVENUES – GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS 160

10.1 MOBILE MONEY REVENUES – BASED ON GEOGRAPHIES 160
10.1.1 INTRODUCTION 160
10.2 NORTH AMERICA 163
10.2.1 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 163
10.3 EUROPE 173
10.3.1 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 173
10.4 ASIA PACIFIC 183
10.4.1 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 183
10.5 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 193
10.5.1 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 193
10.6 LATIN AMERICA 203
10.6.1 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 203

11 MOBILE MONEY SERVICE PROVIDER BUSINESS MODELS 213

11.1 OVERVIEW 213
11.2 OPERATOR CENTRIC MODEL 214
11.2.1 APPROACH 214
11.2.2 FAB ANALYSIS 214
11.2.3 EXAMPLES 215
11.3 BANK CENTRIC MODEL 216
11.3.1 APPROACH 216
11.3.2 FAB ANALYSIS 216
11.3.3 EXAMPLES 217
11.4 COLLABORATION MODEL 218
11.4.1 APPROACH 218
11.4.2 FAB ANALYSIS 218
11.4.3 EXAMPLES 219

12 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 220

12.1 OVERVIEW 220
12.2 JOINT VENTURES & COLLABORATIONS 220
12.3 VENTURE CAPITAL FUNDING 224
12.4 MERGERS & ACQUISTIONS (M&A) 225

13 COMPANY PROFILES 227

13.1 AEPONA 227
13.2 COMVIVA 230
13.3 C-SAM 233
13.4 DONRIVER 235
13.5 ESERVGLOBAL LTD. 237
13.6 GEMALTO 240
13.7 GOOGLE 242
13.8 LUUP 244
13.9 MASTER CARD 246
13.10 MFOUNDRY 248
13.11 MONITISE 250
13.12 MOREMAGIC- AN OBERTHUR TECHNOLOGIES COMPANY 252
13.13 OBOPAY 254
13.14 PAYPAL – AN EBAY COMPANY 256
13.15 SYBASE – A SAP COMPANY 258
13.16 UTIBA 260
13.17 VESTA 262
13.18 VISA INC. - FUNDAMO 265
13.19 XIUS 268
13.20 YELLOW PEPPER 270

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 GLOBAL MOBILE MONEY REVENUES FORECAST,
2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 32
TABLE 2 GLOBAL MOBILE MONEY REVENUES- MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 38
TABLE 3 GLOBAL MOBILE PHONES INSTALLED BASE FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) 61
TABLE 4 GLOBAL MOBILE PHONES – UNIT SHIPMENTS FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) 61
TABLE 5 GLOBAL SMART PHONES - INSTALLED BASE FORECAST (2013 - 2018) MILLION UNITS 63
TABLE 6 GLOBAL SMARTPHONES UNIT SHIPMENTS & FORECAST,
2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) 64
TABLE 7 GLOBAL NFC ENABLED HANDSETS – INSTALLED BASE FORECAST,
2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) 66
TABLE 8 GLOBAL NFC ENABLED HANDSETS – UNITS SHIPMENT FORECAST,
2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) 67
TABLE 9 TOTAL MOBILE MONEY USERS – GLOBAL FORECAST,
2013 – 2018 IN MILLION 70
TABLE 10 ACTIVE MOBILE MONEY USERS – GLOBAL FORECAST,
2013 – 2018 IN MILLION 71
TABLE 11 TOTAL VALUE OF MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTIONS – GLOBAL FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 73
TABLE 12 MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTION VALUE MARKET SIZE AND REVENUE FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 IN BILLION 74
TABLE 13 MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTION VALUE (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 75
TABLE 14 MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST – BY BUSINESS VERTICALS,
2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 78
TABLE 15 MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST – BY BUSINESS VERTICALS, (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH – 2014 – 2018 79
TABLE 16 BANKING AND FINANCE VERTICAL MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 81
TABLE 17 BANKING AND FINANCIAL VERTICAL, MOBILE PAYMENTS (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY,2014 – 2018 82
TABLE 18 TELECOMMUNICATION VERTICAL MOBILE PAYMENT FORECAST,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 84
TABLE 19 TELECOMMUNICATION VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 85
TABLE 20 MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT VERTICAL MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 87
TABLE 21 MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 88
TABLE 22 HOSPITALITY VERTICAL MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 90
TABLE 23 HOSPITALITY VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2014 – 2018 91
TABLE 24 CONSUMER GOODS AND RETAIL VERTICAL MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 93
TABLE 25 CONSUMER GOODS AND RETAIL VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 94
TABLE 26 OTHER VERTICAL MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 96
TABLE 27 OTHER VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 97
TABLE 28 GLOBAL MOBILE MONEY REVENUES- MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 99
TABLE 29 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE FORECAST SEGMENT BASED ON TRANSACTION MODES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 102
TABLE 30 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENTS FORECAST Y-O-Y % GROWTH BASED ON TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 103
TABLE 31 NFC/SMART CARD BASED TRANSACTIONS MARKET SIZE & REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 105
TABLE 32 NFC/SMART CARD REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 106
TABLE 33 DIRECT MOBILE BILLING TRANSACTION MARKET SIZE AND REVENUE FORECAST - BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 108
TABLE 34 DIRECT MOBILE BILLING REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 109
TABLE 35 MOBILE WEB/WAP TRANSACTION MARKET SIZE AND REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 110
TABLE 36 MOBILE WEB/WAP PAYMENTS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%),
2014 – 2018 111
TABLE 37 SMS BASED TRANSACTIONS MARKET SIZE AND REVENUE FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 113
TABLE 38 SMS BASED TRANSACTIONS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%),
2014 – 2018 114
TABLE 39 STK/USSD TRANSACTIONS MARKET SIZE AND REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 116
TABLE 40 STK/USSD TRANSACTIONS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%),
2014 – 2018 117
TABLE 41 OTHER TRANSACTION MODES MARKET SIZE AND REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 118
TABLE 42 OTHER TRANSACTIONS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 119
TABLE 43 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE FORECAST SEGMENTS BASED ON NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 121
TABLE 44 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENT FORECAST Y-O-Y% GROWTH BASED ON NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 122
TABLE 45 PERSON TO PERSON PAYMENTS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 124
TABLE 46 PERSON TO PERSON REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%) 2014 – 2018 125
TABLE 47 PERSON TO BUSINESS PAYMENTS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 127
TABLE 48 BUSINESS TO PERSON REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 128
TABLE 49 BUSINESS TO PERSON PAYMENTS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 130
TABLE 50 PERSON TO BUSINESS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 131
TABLE 51 BUSINESS TO BUSINESS PAYMENTS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 132
TABLE 52 BUSINESS TO BUSINESS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y %) 2014 – 2018 133
TABLE 53 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE FORECAST SEGMENTS BASED ON LOCATION, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 136
TABLE 54 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENTS FORECAST (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH BASED ON LOCATION, 2014 – 2018 137
TABLE 55 REMOTE PAYMENTS MARKET REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 139
TABLE 56 REMOTE PAYMENTS MARKET Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY,
2014 – 2018 140
TABLE 57 PROXIMITY PAYMENT MARKET REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 142
TABLE 58 PROXIMITY PAYMENTS MARKET Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 143
TABLE 59 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE FORECAST SEGMENTS BASED ON TYPES OF PURCHASES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 145
TABLE 60 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENTS FORECAST (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH BASED ON TYPES OF PURCHASES, 2014 – 2018 146
TABLE 61 AIR TIME TRANSFER & TOP UP SEGMENT REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 148
TABLE 62 AIR TIME TRANSFERS AND TOP UP REVENUES Y-O-Y GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 149
TABLE 63 MONEY TRANSFERS & PAYMENTS SEGMENT REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 150
TABLE 64 MONEY TRANSFERS & PAYMENTS REVENUES Y-O-Y GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 151
TABLE 65 MERCHANDISE & COUPONS SEGMENT REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 153
TABLE 66 MERCHANDISE & COUPONS REVENUES Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 154
TABLE 67 TRAVEL & TICKETING SEGMENT REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 155
TABLE 68 TRAVEL & TICKETING REVENUES Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 156
TABLE 69 DIGITAL PRODUCTS SEGMENT REVENUE FORECAST – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 158
TABLE 70 DIGITAL PRODUCT REVENUES Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 159
TABLE 71 MOBILE MONEY MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 161
TABLE 72 MOBILE MONEY Y-O-Y GROWTH BY GEOGRAPHY,
2014 – 2018 (Y-O-Y%) 162
TABLE 73 MOBILE MONEY: NORTH AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 163
TABLE 74 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 164
TABLE 75 MOBILE MONEY: NORTH AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 166
TABLE 76 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 166
TABLE 77 MOBILE MONEY: NORTH AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 168
TABLE 78 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 169
TABLE 79 MOBILE MONEY: NORTH AMERICA MARKET REVENUE BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 170
TABLE 80 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 171
TABLE 81 MOBILE MONEY: EUROPE MARKET REVENUE, BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 173
TABLE 82 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y% : EUROPE MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 174
TABLE 83 MOBILE MONEY: EUROPE MARKET REVENUE, BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2013 - 2018 ($BILLION) 176
TABLE 84 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: EUROPE MARKET BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 176
TABLE 85 MOBILE MONEY: EUROPE MARKET REVENUE BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 178
TABLE 86 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: EUROPE MARKET, BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 179
TABLE 87 MOBILE MONEY: EUROPE MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 180
TABLE 88 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: EUROPE MARKET, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 181
TABLE 89 MOBILE MONEY: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET REVENUE BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 183
TABLE 90 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 184
TABLE 91 MOBILE MONEY: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET REVENUE BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 186
TABLE 92 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 186
TABLE 93 MOBILE MONEY: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET REVENUE, BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 188
TABLE 94 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET, BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 189
TABLE 95 MOBILE MONEY: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET REVENUE BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 190
TABLE 96 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 191
TABLE 97 MOBILE MONEY: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET REVENUE,
BY TRANSCATION MODES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 193
TABLE 98 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 194
TABLE 99 MOBILE MONEY: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET REVENUE,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 196
TABLE 100 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 196
TABLE 101 MOBILE MONEY: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET REVENUE,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 198
TABLE 102 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 199
TABLE 103 MOBILE MONEY: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 200
TABLE 104 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 201
TABLE 105 MOBILE MONEY: LATIN AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 203
TABLE 106 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 204
TABLE 107 MOBILE MONEY: LATIN AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 206
TABLE 108 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 206
TABLE 109 MOBILE MONEY: LATIN AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 208
TABLE 110 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 209
TABLE 111 MOBILE MONEY: LATIN AMERICA MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2013 – 2018 ($BILLION) 210
TABLE 112 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 211


LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 ACTIVE MOBILE MONEY USERS VS TOTAL MOBILE MONEY USERS – GLOBAL FORECAST ( 2013 – 2018) 31
FIGURE 2 GLOBAL MOBILE MONEY REVENUES (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 32
FIGURE 3 MARKET SEGMENTATION – MOBILE MONEY REVENUES 37
FIGURE 4 GLOBAL MOBILE MONEY REVENUES (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 39
FIGURE 5 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS – MOBILE MONEY 40
FIGURE 6 DRIVERS & RESTRAINTS – MOBILE MONEY 45
FIGURE 7 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DRO'S IN THE MOBILE MONEY MARKET 47
FIGURE 8 MOBILE MONEY ECOSYSTEM 48
FIGURE 9 MOBILE PHONES – TOTAL INSTALLED BASE VS UNIT SHIPMENTS – GROWTH FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) 62
FIGURE 10 SMARTPHONES – TOTAL INSTALLED BASE VS UNIT SHIPMENTS – GROWTH FORECASTS, 2013 – 2018 IN MILLION UNITS 65
FIGURE 11 NFC ENABLED PHONES – TOTAL INSTALLED BASE VS UNIT SHIPMENTS – GROWTH FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 IN MILLION UNITS 68
FIGURE 12 TOTAL MOBILE MONEY USERS (Y-O-Y%) – GLOBAL FORECAST,
2014 – 2018 70
FIGURE 13 ACTIVE MOBILE MONEY USERS VS TOTAL MOBILE MONEY USERS – GLOBAL FORECAST, 2013 – 2018 71
FIGURE 14 MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTION VALUE (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH – GLOBAL FORECAST, 2014 – 2018 73
FIGURE 15 MOBILE MONEY TRANSACTION VALUE (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 75
FIGURE 16 MOBILE PAYMENTS FORECAST – BY BUSINESS VERTICALS, (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH – 2014 – 2018 80
FIGURE 17 BANKING AND FINANCIAL VERTICAL, MOBILE PAYMENTS (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 83
FIGURE 18 TELECOMMUNICATION VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 86
FIGURE 19 MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 89
FIGURE 20 HOSPITALITY VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2014 – 2018 92
FIGURE 21 CONSUMER GOODS AND RETAIL VERTICAL (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH,
BY GEOGRAPHY,2014 – 2018 95
FIGURE 22 OTHER VERTICALS (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 97
FIGURE 23 GLOBAL MOBILE MONEY REVENUES (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 100
FIGURE 24 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENTS FORECAST Y-O-Y GROWTH BASED ON TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 104
FIGURE 25 NFC/SMART CARD REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 107
FIGURE 26 DIRECT MOBILE BILLING REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 109
FIGURE 27 MOBILE WEB/WAP PAYMENTS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%),
2014 – 2018 112
FIGURE 28 SMS BASED TRANSACTIONS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%),
2014 – 2018 115
FIGURE 29 STK/USSD TRANSACTIONS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%),
2014 – 2018 117
FIGURE 30 OTHER TRANSACTIONS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 120
FIGURE 31 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENT FORECAST Y-O-Y% GROWTH BASED ON NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 123
FIGURE 32 PERSON TO PERSON REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%) 2014 – 2018 125
FIGURE 33 BUSINESS TO PERSON REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 128
FIGURE 34 PERSON TO BUSINESS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%), 2014 – 2018 131
FIGURE 35 BUSINESS TO BUSINESS REVENUE FORECAST (Y-O-Y%) 2014 – 2018 134
FIGURE 36 EXAMPLES OF PROXIMITY VS REMOTE TRANSACTIONS BASED ON VALUES 135
FIGURE 37 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENTS FORECAST (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH BASED ON LOCATION, 2014 – 2018 137
FIGURE 38 REMOTE PAYMENTS MARKET Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 140
FIGURE 39 PROXIMITY PAYMENTS MARKET Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 143
FIGURE 40 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE SEGMENTS FORECAST (Y-O-Y %) GROWTH BASED ON TYPES OF PURCHASES, 2014 – 2018 147
FIGURE 41 AIR TIME TRANSFERS AND TOP UP REVENUES Y-O-Y GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 149
FIGURE 42 MONEY TRANSFERS & PAYMENTS REVENUES Y-O-Y GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 152
FIGURE 43 MERCHANDISE & COUPONS REVENUES Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 154
FIGURE 44 TRAVEL & TICKETING REVENUES Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 157
FIGURE 45 DIGITAL PRODUCT REVENUES Y-O-Y% GROWTH – BY GEOGRAPHY, 2014 – 2018 159
FIGURE 46 MOBILE MONEY Y-O-Y GROWTH BY GEOGRAPHY,
2014 – 2018 (Y-O-Y%) 162
FIGURE 47 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 165
FIGURE 48 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 167
FIGURE 49 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 169
FIGURE 50 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y% : NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 172
FIGURE 51 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: EUROPE MARKET, BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 175
FIGURE 52 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: EUROPE MARKET BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 177
FIGURE 53 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: EUROPE MARKET BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 179
FIGURE 54 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y% : EUROPE MARKET, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 182
FIGURE 55 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 185
FIGURE 56 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 187
FIGURE 57 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET, BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 189
FIGURE 58 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: ASIA PACIFIC MARKET, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 192
FIGURE 59 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 195
FIGURE 60 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 197
FIGURE 61 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 199
FIGURE 62 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA MARKET,
BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 202
FIGURE 63 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET,
BY TRANSACTION MODES, 2014 – 2018 205
FIGURE 64 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET,
BY LOCATION OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 207
FIGURE 65 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET,
BY NATURE OF PAYMENTS, 2014 – 2018 209
FIGURE 66 MOBILE MONEY REVENUE Y-O-Y%: LATIN AMERICA MARKET, BY TYPES OF PURCHASE, 2014 – 2018 212
FIGURE 67 FACTORS AFFECTING RIGHT BUSINESS MODEL FOR MOBILE MONEY ACROSS GEOGRAPHIES 213

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