Few firms have mobile plans

The majority of UK companies are not planning any mobile commerce projects this year, according to the results of this week's...

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The majority of UK companies are not planning any mobile commerce projects this year, according to the results of this week's Computer Weekly/Harvey Nash Big Question poll.

Tesco and Sainsbury's recently announced major mobile projects and analysts predict that m-commerce will be mainstream by the end of 2002.

However, 82% of the IT managers questioned said their company has no plans to take advantage of mobile technologies such as Wap, Bluetooth, GPRS or 3G services during this year. Only 15% said their company is actively looking at m-commerce.

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