Friction on a mobile site when completing a booking can lead to travelers trying another site.

Google/Phocuswright Travel Study, Base: Smartphone users, U.S. N = 673, U.K. N = 635, Australia N = 617, India N=707, France N = 480, Germany N=553, Brazil N= 640, Japan N= 462, South Korea N= 688, 2017.


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