Mobile payments growth gap barely there between millennials and older generations

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Visa has been taking aim at Singapore for the creation of a cashless society, with surprising findings. Visa’s effort to turn Singapore into a cashless society has centered heavily around promoting mobile payments growth. The credit card giant recently released its Consumer Payment Attitudes Survey 2016, revealing some unexpected data. It came as little shock that Singaporeans are embracing mobile payment transactions for many purchases. Singapore mobile payments growth has been greatly driven by the willingness of the people to use their smartphones for on demand services as well as…

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Retail mobile payments implementation aren’t living up to intentions

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A recent AMEX survey showed a considerable gap between a company’s plans and actual execution. AMEX recently held a survey looking into the intentions and implementation of retail mobile payments. The research showed that Canadian retailers have a considerable gap between what they plan to do and what they’re actually doing. The AMEX survey showed that 76 percent of merchants believed that m-commerce is “the way of the future.” That said, Canadian businesses aren’t actually implementing the retail mobile payments into their own operations, for the most part. “There seems…

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American mobile payments infrastructure half a decade behind India’s

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Ezetap CEO, Bobby Bose, recently stated that the Indian systems are “five years ahead of the U.S.” The American mobile payments infrastructure is far from a global leading marketplace, according to recent Ezetap CEO statements. The head of the Indian mobile payment firm, Bobby Bose, said that his home country’s infrastructure “is probably five years ahead of the U.S.” India is undergoing a massive shift toward the digital marketplace and most consumers are choosing mobile. “India is going through a digitalization of almost everything. It started with commerce, went to…

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Apple mobile payments is finally taking off and making a difference

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Some firms are speculating that the acceptance of this tech could permanently change the face of retail. Apple mobile payments have been struggling to take off and have not met the performance expectations of many people in the commerce and tech industries alike. That said, it does appear as though Apple Pay is finally taking hold and now that it has, it’s rapidly gaining strength. Mobile wallets were only a concept only a few years ago, and many wondered what Apple would contribute. As the iPhone maker aimed to diversify…

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Peer to peer mobile payments starting to make US smartphone transactions relevant

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Though the majority of consumers have yet to start paying for products with devices, they are showing interest. Recent figures show that peer to peer mobile payments are starting to give smartphone transactions a boost in the US. That category of mobile wallet use is seeing the most rapid growth by far. In store mobile payments to purchase goods and services are still seeing notably slower growth. Peer to peer mobile payments has remained the category of transactions consumers in the US are most likely to use on their devices.…

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