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  • Tech fears prevent Britons shopping checkout-free
  • Tech fears prevent Britons shopping checkout-free
    Kevin Laminto (2018) ©
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Tech fears prevent Britons shopping checkout-free

Research on 'check-out free' technology reveals almost half of Britons are not comfortable scanning and paying items on their phone without stopping by the till. As mistrust of mobile technology is a barrier for older people, companies would do well to phase in the tech slowly to build consumer confidence.

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