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...

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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