NEW REPORT: Auriemma Publishes W2-2023 Issue of Mobile Pay Tracker
The shift to mobile payments may change where people shop, where they pay, and the overall balance sheet of the payments system. This report tracks and compares Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay as well as investigating a wide range of mobile payment services, such as P2P payments, bank and merchant-branded wallets, and online checkout options.
New this wave:
- Enhancing Customer Service
- Price Inflation Impact on Spending
- Online Payment Card and Shopping Cart Abandonment
- Alternate Uses for P2P
From this report:
2,151 web interviews were conducted in the US among Apple Pay (n=1,050), Google Pay (n=446), and Samsung Pay eligible (n=655) respondents from August 8th – 21st, 2023.
Respondents were screened to own an Apple, Google, or Samsung Pay eligible device. All respondents also have a general purpose credit card in their own name.
Respondents were recruited from the YouGov US consumer panel and Dynata’s (previously called Survey Sampling International) panel. Field work was conducted by YouGov. The purpose of the research was not disclosed, nor did respondents know the criteria for qualifying.