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Millennials twice as likely to see mobile payments as secure

Thursday 30 October 2014 | 18:09 CET | News
In the US, Generations Y and Z, often referred to as Millennials, twice as likely to view mobile payments as faster, easier, or more efficient than other types of transactions, according to new research from GfK. These younger US consumers also show more confidence in the security of mobile payments, although Generations Y and X are actually more concerned than Baby Boomers about the possibility of a personal information breach via mobile payments. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GfK
Countries: United States
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