Mobile banking apps linked to high customer satisfaction

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 21-Oct-19

New research by Roy Morgan shows that satisfaction levels for mobile banking users was 90.3% in September 2019, ahead of interactions via internet banking (89.0%), branches (86.4%), a personal banker/advisor (78.9%) and phone banking (80.4%). Mobile banking is now used by 45.9% of Australians aged 14+ in an average four-week period, compared to only 20.6% who use branches. Customers of all four of the major banks have higher satisfaction with mobile banking compared to those using branches. Internet banking users also have higher satisfaction than those using branches. These are some of the latest findings from Roy Morgan’s ‘Service Satisfaction Report-Consumer Banking Market September 2019’. This report is based on data collected from Roy Morgan’s Single Source survey, which involves in-depth interviews conducted face-to-face with over 50,000 consumers each year in their homes. The results presented here are from interviews conducted in the six months to September 2019.


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