Internet users worldwide believe that smart home devices will have an effect on their lives.
By 2016, total mobile payment transactions will reach $27.05 billion, with users spending an average of $721.47 annually.
A majority (56%) of US smartphone owning adults have abandoned a mobile transaction.
Some 91% of US adult smartphone owners have heard of a mobile payment service such as PayPal, Google Wallet and Apple Pay.
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%.