Australia's ANZ is axing its M-Banking service next month in response to poor take up, according to ZDNet.
The bank sent customers a letter last week warning that the service would be discontinued from 14 May, although its text banking and iPhone-specific offerings will remain in place.
M-Banking, which first appeared in a 2008 pilot, lets customers check account balances, view mini statements, transfer money and receive alerts. However, in a statement the bank says the majority of the features can be accessed through its text and Internet services.
This has contributed to just 0.6% of ANZ's Internet banking customers using M-Banking, says the statement sent to ZDNet.
ANZ to kill non-iPhone mobile banking - ZDNet