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Almost a quarter of Dutch make contactless payments - ING

Thursday 20 February 2020 | 15:50 CET | News
Almost a quarter (23%) of the Dutch pay using contactless technology, with a mobile phone or a wearable such as a smartwatch. For a quarter of mobile payers, mobile payments with smartphone or wearables is already their favourite payment method, according to the ING Digital Monitor.

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