New forecasts from Juniper Research show that around 52 million consumers will adopt new mobile technologies
such as NFC (Near Field Communication) and other physical mobile payment methods to pay for everyday goods and services by 2011.

They say, this will help drive the physical mobile payments market to $11.5 billion by the same year.

NFC and other physical mobile payments methods will begin to offer consumers "a viable alternative" both to cash and credit/debit cards.

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