A recent PhoCusWright Global andAsia Pacific Edition report projects that aggregate mobile travel bookings in China, Japan and India will jump from US$4.6 billion in 2012 to $18.7 billion in 2015. The report, issued at a time when travel companies across Asia Pacific (APAC) are scrambling to grab a piece of the region's nascent mobile travel market, tips the region as an enormous mobile travel opportunity - even though banking regulations and other payment barriers continue to impede widespread mobile transactions in most regional markets. Mobile payment challenges have made call-to-book a popular mobile feature in the region, and travel companies often include call-center transactions originating from their mobile website or apps within mobile bookings estimates. These transactions have been excluded in PhoCusWright's mobile sizing. Get the full story at Web In Travel