Factors Influencing Behavioural Intention to Adopt the QR-Code Payment in Sarawak
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This research aims to investigate the factors influencing the behavioural intention to adopt the QR-Code Payment in Sarawak. Data are collected from 453 consumers in Sarawak and analysed using AMOS-Structural Equation Modeling. The findings show that performance expectancy, social influence, habit, price value and personal innovativeness in information technology are significantly related to behavioural intention to adopt QR-code mobile payment in Sarawak.
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