Global consumer confidence in mobile payment adoption 2014

This statistic presents the global consumer confidence in mobile payment adoption as of September 2014. During the survey period it was found that 17 percent of worldwide shoppers strongly disagreed with using their mobile phone as their main tool for purchasing. However, 24 percent of shoppers in selected emerging markets, such as India and China, had a strong confidence in smartphone commerce adoption.

Will your mobile phone become your main tool for purchasing?

Strongly disagreeStrongly agree
Sample17%9%
Denmark34%3%
Belgium32%3%
UK27%6%
Germany26%5%
Canada25%6%
Australia23%6%
France23%6%
United States23%8%
Switzerland21%7%
Russia20%6%
Italy12%6%
Turkey12%7%
Japan11%8%
Hong Kong9%10%
South Africa8%14%
Brazil7%13%
Chile7%16%
Middle East6%13%
India4%24%
China3%24%
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Source

Release date

February 2015

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

August and September 2014

Number of respondents

19,068 respondents

Method of interview

Online interview

Supplementary notes

Original "My mobile phone will become my main tool for which to purchase".

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