Some 22% of mobile phone users surveyed in 2014 by the Federal Reserve report having made a mobile payment at some point during the prior 12 months, up from 17% the prior year.
SBOs not interested in mobile payments were most likely to say it just didn’t make sense for their businesses.
Nearly 70% of small business owners believed mobile payments could offer customers a simpler payment experience.
Almost 6 in 10 online shoppers surveyed by PwC agree that they’re happy to receive offers or coupons via their mobile phone.
Mobile Millennials are more likely to expect brands to have a mobile-friendly website or app than they are to expect brands to have a social media presence.
Among the 67.7% of US smartphone owners who didn’t own a wearable, smart wristbands such as Fitbit and Jawbone were of the most interest, cited by 39.4%.
63% of US internet users said debit and credit cards would be their primary method of payment in 2015.
Nearly three-quarters of consumers said using Apple Pay was easier than checking out with a debit or credit card.
Millennials are about twice as likely as older generations to view mobile payments as easier and more efficient than other payment methods.
Globally, payments over mobile devices represented 23.3% of total online payments during Q3.