A year ago, KPMG, the big accounting firm, reported that 15% of Canadians had banked via a mobile device. A couple weeks ago research outfit Forrester reported that mobile banking in Canada was “surging” as users jumped from 1% in 2008 to 9% in 2010. And now a brand new report is out from TD Canada Trust, a large bank, that emphatically said only 8% of Canadians actually use mobile banking.

How many is it again? One reality is that – probably – at bottom the numbers are not as different as they seem. Probably use of mobile banking in Canada is in the high single digits and, probably, too, the percentage in any population sample varies sharply depending upon the ages of users.

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