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Old 03-03-2015, 11:21 AM
Location: Houston, Texas
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Originally Posted by kaydem91 View Post
I've always said I disagree and find the argument premature because there are plenty of people who don't want/have a smartphone, don't want to pay with their phone, whatever, so I think that physical cards are here to stay as awhile, even if they are no longer the only way to pay.
Considering there are smartphones coming out that cost $100, I'm sure in 5 years, those who live in first world nations will all have smartphones. Last year 1.3 billion smartphones were sold so it's not implausible (even my 83 year old grandfather has one now).
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