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    UK consumers want more biometric security options for online banking

    March 27th, 2017

    More than half of UK consumers (56%) would prefer to use a biometric security method over traditional options like passwords to log into their financial accounts online, research released by Equifax reveals. 33% would prefer to use fingerprint recognition, 31% would like to use iris scanners, 7% facial recognition and 3% voice recognition. More

    Brits want black cab contactless payments

    August 3rd, 2015

    Three quarters of UK consumers say they should be able to pay for their fares in black cabs using contactless payments, a survey of 1,002 respondents conducted by YouGov and PLMR reveals. More than a third (35%) strongly believe they should be able to do so, 40% tend to agree, 14% neither agree nor disagree and only 5% disagree.

    Half of UK young adults pay with contactless each month

    July 21st, 2015

    Nearly half of 25-34 year olds in the UK (44%) use contactless payments in an average month, research from YouGov and payment systems provider ACI Worldwide has revealed. 54% of the same age group are also using mobile banking at least once a month, the survey found.

    Four in ten UK smartphone owners willing to make NFC mobile payments

    June 4th, 2015

    Almost two fifths (38%) of UK smartphone owners are willing to make NFC mobile payments, research carried out by YouGov on behalf of business process management company Firstsource Solutions has revealed. More than half (55%) of… More

    One in three in the UK now aware of NFC

    December 9th, 2013

    Just over a third of British adults (35%) are aware of NFC-enabled mobile devices, with 9% saying they know that their personal device is NFC-enabled and 22% of those having used NFC to make a… More

    Germans need NFC reassurance

    November 26th, 2012

    A survey carried out by market researcher YouGov in Germany has revealed that, while 54% of the population has heard of NFC, only one in six (16%) can see themselves using NFC and contactless payments in the future. Most cited security concerns, with 52% worrying about NFC technology being potentially insecure. Germans from 30-39 years old are the most willing to use NFC mobile payments.

    YouGov launches quarterly mobile payments survey

    June 14th, 2011

    Market research firm YouGov has found 70% of British consumers haven’t heard of mobile wallets and 91% haven’t heard of NFC technology. The results of an initial poll come as YouGov launches a quarterly survey that… More

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