Apple Pay drives contactless mobile payment increase; older Australians might need a nudge

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 13-May-20

Data from the Roy Morgan Digital Payments Report shows a sharp increase in use of non-bank contactless mobile payment services compared to a year ago. A total of 10.8% of Australians now use non-bank contactless mobile payment services such as Apple Pay and Google Pay, up from 7.1% a year ago. Apple Pay is now used by 6.5% of Australians (up from 4.1%) and Google Pay is now used by 4.1% (up from 3.6%). Samsung Pay is unchanged at 1%. Analysis using Roy Morgan’s Helix Personas shows that Metrotechs are the most likely to use non-bank contactless mobile payment services, with 16.9% of people in this community using either Apple Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay. These digital payment findings are from Roy Morgan Single Source, Australia’s leading consumer survey, compiled by comprehensive interviews with a sample of over 1,000 Australians each week.

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ROY MORGAN LIMITED, APPLE PAY, GOOGLE PAY, SAMSUNG PAY

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