More than half of consumers in seven technology-advanced countries say they are interested in mobile payments. But the U.S. doesn’t crack the list of the top four countries in which residents say they’d consider replacing their plastic payment cards with mobile phones.

Those were key findings after U.K.-based IMS Research surveyed 700 consumers from the U.S., China, Japan, Poland, South Korea, Turkey and the U.K. for its 2012 report, “The World Market for Payment and Banking Cards.”

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