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  • 1. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012October 2012 Provided by RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL MARKETS We deliver the facts – you make the decisions October 2012Publication Date October 2012Language EnglishFormat PDF & PowerPointNumber of Pages/Charts 121Covered Countries North America: USA, Canada Latin America: Brazil, Colombia, Mexico Western Europe: UK, Germany, France, Italy, Nehterlands, Spain Eastern Europe: Russia, Turkey Scandinavia: Denmark, Sweden Asia-Pacific: China, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Australia Middle East & Africa: UAE, Burkina Faso, Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, UgandaPrice Single User License: € 3.450 (excl. VAT) Site License: € 6.900 (excl. VAT) Global Site License: € 10.350 (excl. VAT) -1- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
  • 2. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012Key Findings Covering 26 Countries Worldwide • The number of mobile payment users worldwide is projected to keep increasing, to reach more than 400 million in 2016. • In Q1 2012, less than 30% of smartphone and tablet owners in the USA were “Using Device for Payment” of mobile purchases. • The most used mobile payment method among mobile shoppers in Europe was “Card” in Q3 2012, followed by “Micro-Payments”, and “Invoice”. • In Japan, a total of more than 200 million monthly mobile contactless payments were being conducted in 2012. • Due to their easy accessibility, mobile payment solutions have become popular in Africa, facilitating the growth in B2C E-Commerce, as of 2012.Company and Product Information About our Reports Market reports by yStats.com inform top managers about recent market trends and assist with strategic company decisions A list of advantages • yStats.com provides secondary market research: By using various sources of information we ensure maximum objectivity for all obtained data. As a result companies get a precise and unbiased impression of the market situation. • The analyses, statistical reports and forecasts are only based on reliable sources including national and international statistical offices, industry and trade associations, business reports, business and company databases, journals, company registries and news portals. • Our international employees research and filter all sources and translate relevant information into English. This ensures that the content of the original studies is correctly interpreted. • yStats.com delivers all research results as PowerPoint files. All data can therefore be used directly for board presentations or be individually adapted. • If required, yStats.com provides in-depth analysis for all research projects. Simply send us a request. About yStats.com • yStats.com has been committed to research up-to-date, objective and demand-based data on markets and competitors from various industries since 2005. • Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, the firm has a strong international focus and is specialized in secondary market research. • In addition to reports on markets and competitors, yStats.com also carries out client-specific research. • Clients include leading global enterprises from various industries including B2C E-Commerce, electronic payment systems, mail order and direct marketing, logistics as well as banking and consulting. -2- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
  • 3. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012Table of Contents (1 of 4) 1. MANAGEMENT SUMMARY 3. NORTH AMERICA (cont.) 3.1 USA (Top Country) (cont.) 2. GLOBAL • Mobile Shopping Activities, including Mobile Payment, • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012; by Smartphone and Tablet, in % of Smartphone and incl. NFC Mobile Payment Spending, in USD billion, Tablet Owners, Q1 2012 2012f & 2017f • Mobile Wallet Benefits when paying In-Store, • Mobile Payment Conduction, by Country, in % of Consumers, March 2012 in % of Consumers, six Months to Q1 2012 • Preferred Digital Wallet Provider, by Age Group of • Mobile Banking Usage, by Country, Internet Users, in % of Internet Users interested in in % of Consumers, six Months to Q1 2012 Digital Wallets, Q4 2011 • Mobile Payments Readiness, by Country, • Breakdown of Mobile Payment Business Models, on a Scale from 0-100, May 2012 by Feasibility, in %, 2011 • Breakdown of Mobile Payment Market Share, • Reasons for stagnant or declining Mobile Payment by Region, in %, 2015f Usage, in % of Mobile Payment Users, March 2012 • Breakdown of Mobile Payment Market Share, • Proximity Mobile Payment Transaction Value, by Use Case, in %, 2015f in USD billion and in % annual Growth, 2011-2016f • Breakdown of Mobile Payment Market Share, by Technology, in %, 2015f • Average per Capita Proximity Mobile Payment Transaction Spending, in USD, 2011-2016f • Positive Experiences made with Online Banking and Mobile Banking, by Region, in % of Retail Banking • Leading Mobile Banking Activities, Customers, 2011 & 2012f in % of Mobile Banking Users, 2011 • Mobile Payment Transaction Volume, in USD billion, • Mobile Payment News about Boku, May 2012 2011 & 2012f • Mobile Payment News about CorFire, January 2012 • Breakdown of Mobile Payment Value, • Mobile Payment News about Groupon, by NFC Payments and other Mobile Payments, in %, September 2012 2017f • Popular Services for Mobile Payments via • Mobile Payment News about Isis and Samsung, Smartphone/Tablet, by Service, May & October 2012 in % of Mobile Payment Users, 2012f • Mobile Payment News about Parkmobile USA, • Mobile Payment Users, in millions, 2009, 2011, March & May 2012 2013f & 2016f • Mobile Payment News about PayOne, May 2012 • Breakdown of Mobile Payment Awareness and Usage, • Mobile Payment News about Starbucks and Square, in % of Smartphone or Tablet Internet Users, 2012f October 2012 • Mobile Payment News about Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Target Corp., and 7-Eleven, August 2012 3. NORTH AMERICA 3.2 Canada 3.1 USA (Top Country) • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 • Mobile Payment Market Trends, Spring 2012 and • Mobile Payment Market Trends, April 2012 Share of Mobile Banking App Users on total Smartphone Users, in %, Spring 2012 -3- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
  • 4. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012Table of Contents (2 of 4) 4. LATIN AMERICA 5. WESTERN EUROPE (cont.) 4.1 Brazil 5.2 UK (Top Country) (cont.) • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 • Maximum Spend on a Purchase when using the Phone like a Credit Card, in % of Smartphone Owners, July 2012 4.2 Colombia • Reasons against swiping Smartphones like a Credit Card, in % of Smartphone Owners, July 2012 • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 • Reasons against doing Banking via Smartphone, • Mobile Payment News about Redeban Multicolor, in % of Smartphone Owners, July 2012 February 2012 and total Transactions made using • Attitudes towards Mobile Wallets, Redeban Multicolor’s mobile Banking, in millions, in % of Consumers, April 2012 2010 & 2011 • Share of Mobile Banking and of In-Store Payments, in % of Smartphone Owners, September 2012 4.3 Mexico • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2011/2012 5.3 Germany (Top Country) • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 and Trust in the Protection of personal Data in Mobile Payments, 5. WESTERN EUROPE by Trustee, in %, June 2012 • Mobile Payment Market Development, 2012 5.1 Europe: Regional • Direct Carrier Billing Market Trends, April 2012 and Breakdown of preferred Mobile Payment Methods, • Used Mobile Payment Methods, in % of Smartphone Users, April 2012 in % of Mobile Shoppers, Q3 2012 • Share of Consumers wanting to use a Smartphone • Share of Bank Customers having used PayPal for for Mobile Payment, by Age Group, in %, 2011 Mobile Payments, • Mobile Payment News about G&D, by Country (Germany, UK, France), in %, June 2012 July & September 2012 • Mobile Payment News about MasterCard and Deutsche Telekom, July 2012 5.2 UK (Top Country) • Mobile Payment News about Otto and Yapital, March 2012 • Direct Carrier Billing Market Trends, April 2012 and • Mobile Payment News about Telefónica Deutschland, Breakdown of Preferred Mobile Payment Methods, October 2012 in % of Smartphone Users, April 2012 • Breakdown of Confidence Level in Security of Mobile Banking, in % of Smartphone Owners, July 2012 5.4 France (Top Country) • Breakdown of Amount of Banking done by • Level of Interest in Services associated with Smartphone, in % of Smartphone Owners, July 2012 Mobile Payment, in % of Internet Users, June 2012 • Breakdown of Likelihood of using Smartphone like • Level of Interest in Mobile Payment Services, a Credit Card, in % of Smartphone Owners by Type of Service, in % of Internet Users, aged 18-24, July 2012 June 2012 -4- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
  • 5. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012Table of Contents (3 of 4) 5. WESTERN EUROPE (cont.) 6. EASTERN EUROPE (cont.) 5.4 France (Top Country) (cont.) 6.2 Turkey • Conditions for paying via Mobile Phone at a • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2011 Merchant, in % of Internet Users, June 2012 • Mobile Banking and Payment Market Trends, • Mobile Payment Concerns, in % of Internet Users, December 2011 June 2012 • Mobile Payment Volume, in TRY million, 2012f-2015f • Confidence in Players offering Mobile Payment • Share of Mobile Payments on total B2C E-Commerce Solutions, by Player, in % of Internet Users, Payments, in %, 2012f & 2015f June 2012 • Mobile Payment News about Turkcell, October 2012 • Mobile Payment News about Visa, January 2012 5.5 Italy 7. SCANDINAVIA • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2011 and Mobile 7.1 Denmark Payment Transaction Volume, by Digital Content and Goods and Services, in EUR mil., 2011 • Mobile Payment Methods, in % Mobile Shoppers, • Mobile Payment Transaction Volume, Q1 2012 in EUR billion, 2011 & 2015f 7.2 Sweden 5.6 Netherlands • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2011/2012 • Breakdown of preferred Mobile Payment Methods of • Used M-Commerce Payment Methods, Mobile Shoppers, in % of Mobile Shoppers, 2011 in % of Mobile Shoppers, Q3 2012 • Mobile Payment News about Gemalto, October 2012 5.7 Spain 8. ASIA-PACIFIC • Mobile Payment News about Telefonica Digital, July 2012 8.1 China (Top Country) • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 • Mobile Payment Trade Volume, in CNY billion and in % annual Growth, 2010-2014f 6. EASTERN EUROPE • Number of Mobile Payment Users, in millions and in % annual Growth, 2010-2014f 6.1 Russia • Used Mobile Payment Methods, in % of Consumers, November 2011 • Mobile Payment News about MTS, VimpelCom and • Breakdown of Confidence in future of Mobile Megafon, 2012 Payment Usage, in % of Consumers, November 2011 • Mobile Payment News about VimpelCom and • Mobile Payment News about China UnionPay, February, May & June 2012 Net Element International, October 2012 -5- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
  • 6. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012Table of Contents (4 of 4) 8. ASIA-PACIFIC (cont.) 9. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA (cont.) 8.2 Japan 9.2 Africa: Regional • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2011/2012 • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 • Mobile Payment News about MasterCard and NTT DOCOMO, October 2012 • Mobile Payment News about PayPal, May 2012 9.3 Burkina Faso • Mobile Payment News about Airtel, July 2012 8.3 Malaysia 9.4 Kenya • Mobile Payment News about PayPal and Malaysia Airlines, July 2012 • Mobile Payment Transaction Volume, in KES billion, 2010 & 2011 8.4 South Korea 9.5 Nigeria • Mobile Payment News about Won Corporation, • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 July 2012 • Mobile Payment Transaction Value, in NGN billion, 2011 & 2012f 8.5 Australia 9.6 South Africa • Mobile Payment News about Apple, July 2012 • Mobile Banking Development, 2011/2012 • Mobile Payment News about MasterCard Mobile, April 2012 • Mobile Payment News about PayU, July 2012 9. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 9.1 UAE 9.7 Uganda • Mobile Payment News about MasterCard and Network International, October 2012 • Mobile Payment Market Trends, 2012 -6- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
  • 7. Global Mobile Payment Methods 2012 Samples RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL MARKETS We deliver the facts – you make the decisions PayOne integrated with T-Mobile USA for direct carrier billings, having a transaction record of USD 5 billion (EUR 3.9 billion), as of May 2012. USA: Mobile Payment News about PayOne, May 2012  The US mobile payments company PayOne, renamed from PaymentOne, entered an agreement with mobile network operator T-Mobile USA in May 2012, providing their payment processing services for direct carrier billing.  PayOne had already processed direct carrier billings worth more than USD 5 billion, as of May 2012, mostly through micro transactions such as in-app purchases.  The company is engaged in more than 70 countries and has access to 3.5 billion potential customers through cooperations with mobile network operators.  PayOne also offered payment processing for purchases of mobile applications developer Snap MyLife and a one-click mobile payments platform for other global commerce services. Source: The Paypers, May 2012 44 RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL MARKETS We deliver the facts – you make the decisions With a CAGR of +111%, the mobile payment transaction volume in Italy is expected to reach EUR 14 bil. in 2015, up from EUR 0.7 bil. in 2011. Italy: Mobile Payment Transaction Volume, in EUR billion, 2011 & 2015f 20 14,0 15 in EUR billion 10 CAGR +111% 5 0,7 0 2011 2015f Source: Fasi, February 2012 80 -7- LinkedIn XING Twitter Facebook Phone: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 50 info@ystats.com Fax: +49 (0) 40 - 39 90 68 51 www.ystats.com
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