Apple Pay is proving popular among customers using mobile payment services. New data from 451 Research shows that people making purchases with a service like Apple Pay, PayPal, or Google Wallet prefer Apple Pay over other services. Apple's service outperforms others, with 66% of customers saying they were very satisfied with Apple Pay, over 45% for PayPal and 33% for Google Wallet.
Among those planning to make purchases with a mobile payment service in the next 90 days, 45% of customers chose Apple Pay, up 5% over the last few months. Over the same period, PayPal has seen a 5% decline in the number of users expressing a desire to use that service.
More users are feeling confident about the security of mobile payments. This latest survey reports that 24% of customers feel that mobile payments are more secure than traditional credit cards, up from 14% of customers one year ago, and despite some trying to link services like Apple Pay with credit card fraud.
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