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Two in three young Brits have made a mobile payment in-store

More than two thirds of the UK’s 16-34 year olds (67%) have used their mobile phone to make an in-store payment, research released by Worldpay reveals. Over half of all age groups surveyed (54%) expect smartphones to replace cards as their main method of payment within the next five years. Almost one in ten (9%) use contactless card payment more than once a day, rising to 15% among those living in London. 11% use their contactless cards once a day (vs. 18% of Londoners), while 40% do so a few times a week

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