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  • Does mobile shopping make you spend more?
  • Does mobile shopping make you spend more?
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Does mobile shopping make you spend more?

As the smartphone becomes an increasingly useful way to make purchases online, research shows that mobile shopping drives more impulse buys than any other platform. The Europe-wide study found that of 13.5 million mobile shoppers, 42% regularly buy ‘on impulse’ via smartphone.

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