Roughly 4 in 10 smartphone users say they currently use or would consider using their smartphone to find or redeem coupons.
63% of US internet users said debit and credit cards would be their primary method of payment in 2015.
17% of US adult smartphone users had used Apple’s Passbook, compared with 79% who said the same about PayPal and 40% for Google Wallet.
Aside from PayPal, which has substantial familiarity and use among consumers, Google Wallet garnered the highest level of awareness, at 41% of US internet users in November 2012, but with just 8% usage.
The majority of US smartphone owners cited saving money as a major reason for using mobile wallets.
50% of US smart phone owners were familiar with mobile wallet technology, with 16% of that group reporting having used the technology in the past six months.
This infographic illustrates the potential of loyalty programs coupled with mobile wallets.
About one-third of mobile Wi-Fi users had used PayPal during the 30 days preceding the poll, compared with 20% for Amazon and 10% for Google.
24% of American smart phone users surveyed during Q2 2012 reported scanning a barcode or QR code in the previous 30 days.
This ReadWrite infographic offers some key data points on the path to digital money.