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Nowadays, Digital Economy is under the implementation worldwide of which the key driver is the internet. Then, the internet becomes another part of our life. The internet users are continuously growth every year. This technology helps people to connect every daily activity anywhere and anytime including banking service. This is a quantitative research to discover the factors which are influencing the adoption of digital banking or Internet Banking in the other word. The study used the survey method to gather information from respondents in the form of questionnaire. All the questions shown in the questionnaire are based on the objective of this study. The sample size is 400 respondents. The Five-Point Likert Scale is used as the indicator for measuring the level of satisfaction. Additionally, this research used Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 17.0 as the statistical instrument in order to analyze the collected data. Descriptive statistic, Pearson’s correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis are used in the data analysis. The result from hypothesis testing has revealed that performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence and facilitating condition have positive affect with the intention to use Digital banking through the internet across three branches of commercial bank in Bangkok, Thailand.
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