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Mobile payments expected to see boost in 2015, thanks to Apple Pay

Mobile payments will see continued growth in 2015 and beyond, in large part because of Apple Pay, as consumers show higher interest

Michael Hatamoto | Feb 11, 2015 at 12:15 pm CST (0 mins, 42 secs time to read)

A growing number of retailers are adopting various forms of mobile payments, and while consumers still prefer cash and debit/credit card payments, mobile payment could be on the upswing. US mobile payment volume will reach close to 15 percent, growing at 172 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) by 2019, according to a new Business Insider Intelligence report.

Mobile payments expected to see boost in 2015, thanks to Apple Pay | TweakTown.com

Apple Pay is the early leader among mobile payment services, though CurrentC and other platforms will be able to attract non-iPhone users. Google Android solutions, such as Softcard and Google Wallet, have seen increased interest following the launch of Apple Pay.

Mobile payments may still be in its infancy, and consumers are worried about security and ease-of-use, but providers will have time to work out the kinks. Meanwhile, additional retailers are expected to explore options available to give consumers more payment options at checkout.

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