Does your iPhone do your Banking?

Right now I’m reading a book about banking called Bank 2.0 by Brett King that feels completely out of date. It was written in 2010.

Banking is changing so fast because of technology that many banks–and consumers–may be having a difficult time keeping up. A few short years ago mobile banking (banking on a mobile phone) was a novelty. Now almost every Top 100 bank (biggest banks by size in the United States) and many community banks like First National offer mobile banking.

At FNB (and many community banks) the branch has traditionally been where all business is transacted. With the introduction of various technologies (online banking, mobile banking, direct deposit, etc) now only about 15% of First National Bank’s client transactions happen physically in the branch. The rest happen electronically or online.

I’m curious to know what your experience has been with banking and technology. Do you use mobile banking? If so, what do you like? And if not, is there a specific reason?

There are still only a few of the largest banks that offer check deposit with a mobile phone. Do you use this service at Chase, PayPal, or another institution? Does the service work as promised?

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2 responses to “Does your iPhone do your Banking?

  1. You’re right it is out of date, which is why BANK 3.0 has just been released!
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bank-banking-longer-somewhere-something/dp/9814382124

    Brett King

    • And I can’t wait to read it. I’m finishing up 2.0 now and 3.0 is next on the list. 2.0 is a great read and has been very instructive, even for a small community banker like myself. Thanks much for the response.

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