Nearly half of UK consumers now make mobile payments every week

Nearly half of UK consumers now make mobile payments every week

More than four in ten UK consumers now make in-person and ecommerce purchases from their mobile device on a weekly basis (43%), making mobile payments “the predominant form of payment” in the country with mobile commerce transaction values predicted to reach £100m (US$112m) by 2024, according to research published by payment services provider Rapyd. The research also shows that 29% of UK consumers now use Apple Pay — “the highest observed [usage] in Europe” — and 16% say Apple Pay …