Two out of five US consumers (40%) have or would use in-store mobile payments, up from 34% in 2015, research from Bank of America reveals. “The majority (57%) of consumers would consider or are already using a P2P money transfer service from their bank,” the bank adds. “Nearly two in three (62%) respondents use mobile or online as their preferred method of banking. More than half (54%) of consumers also say they are active users of a mobile banking app, up from 48% last year.”
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