Paym records more than $39 million in mobile transactions
Paym, a mobile payments service in the United Kingdom, has announced that its users have made more than $39 million in transactions since the service was launched in April o last year. Consumers can use Paym to make purchases or transfer money to their friends and family. The service has experienced strong growth over the past several months, becoming one of the more popular mobile payments services that is currently available in the United Kingdom.
Service now has nearly 2 million users that are participating in mobile payments
According to Paym, the service now boasts of nearly 2 million users. The service has won strong support because it is compatible with a wide range of financial institutions throughout the country. Banks showing support for Paym has made it possible for their customers to participate in mobile payments, which is becoming a popular practice among consumers. The demand for mobile payments support coming from consumers has encouraged banks to embrace services like Paym, which allow these banks to accommodate consumer interest.
66% of UK population claims to be aware of mobile payments
A recent survey commissioned by Paym found that approximately 66% of the population of the United Kingdom is aware of mobile payments. Of these, 52% of consumers are aware of Paym. Awareness of mobile payments has been growing relatively modestly over the past few years, though as people become more aware of this practice they are showing strong favor for it. Paym is beginning to attract more attention because of the growing awareness of mobile payments.
Paym may experience some strong competition once Apple launches its mobile payments service in the UK
Paym is not the only mobile payments service that is available in the United Kingdom, but it is one of the most popular. The service is expected to continue attractive users over the coming months, reaching new heights of success and establishing a strong foothold in the competitive mobile commerce market. Paym may experience some turbulence from Apple Pay, which is expected to launch in the United Kingdom later this year.