Payment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK

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Payment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK is a study about the way in which consumers currently pay for different products and services and how this is likely to change in future. It covers both established payment means, including different types of payment card, and payment methods that seem set for rapid growth in future, most notably mobile and contactless payments. In addition, consumer behaviour is analysed in the fields of specialised online payments and domestic / international remittances, and the research also addresses two areas that are central to consumers' choice of payment means: loyalty programs; and insurance and assistance policies linked to added value accounts and payment cards. The report examines how consumers state that they are most likely to pay for small, medium-sized and large irregular purchases at present and also how they report paying for common services that require recurring payments (e.g. cable / satellite TV, electricity, gas or water bills, flat or house rental, travel season tickets etc.). In both cases, it quantifies usage of the following payment means: cash; cheques or postal orders; debit cards; credit or charge cards; rechargeable prepaid cards; and any other means (e.g. mobile or online payments not involving debit, credit or charge cards). Also, for regular payments, it takes into consideration direct debits, standing orders and bank transfers, and distinguishes between rechargeable prepaid cards with multiple usage functions and those usable for one particular service only. You may be able to use this report in one or more of the following ways: - gain access to a complete 'tool kit' for organisations with an interest in payments to understand the current behaviour of UK consumers in this huge and diverse sector; - know exactly which types of card are held most widely by consumers and which they report using most often - for example, how does frequency of usage of the many different types of affinity and co-branded card compare to that of regular cards and what differences in utilisation are visible when cards are analysed by function, brand, status and target' - appreciate the extent to which UK consumers are ready to embrace future opportunities to make payments using their mobile phone (and, possibly, other devices such as wristwatches); - understand the typical member profile of the UK's main loyalty programs and the extent to which each has engaged its members to actually make use of it; - evaluate which forms of insurance and assistance are most likely to enhance the appeal of payment products and which are most likely to be used by consumers in the form of claims or calls for assistance.

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Payment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Payment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage ofTraditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UKPublished on March 2012 Report SummaryPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK is a study aboutthe way in which consumers currently pay for different products and services and how this is likely to change in future. It covers bothestablished payment means, including different types of payment card, and payment methods that seem set for rapid growth in future,most notably mobile and contactless payments. In addition, consumer behaviour is analysed in the fields of specialised onlinepayments and domestic / international remittances, and the research also addresses two areas that are central to consumers choiceof payment means: loyalty programs; and insurance and assistance policies linked to added value accounts and payment cards. Thereport examines how consumers state that they are most likely to pay for small, medium-sized and large irregular purchases atpresent and also how they report paying for common services that require recurring payments (e.g. cable / satellite TV, electricity, gasor water bills, flat or house rental, travel season tickets etc.). In both cases, it quantifies usage of the following payment means: cash;cheques or postal orders; debit cards; credit or charge cards; rechargeable prepaid cards; and any other means (e.g. mobile or onlinepayments not involving debit, credit or charge cards). Also, for regular payments, it takes into consideration direct debits, standingorders and bank transfers, and distinguishes between rechargeable prepaid cards with multiple usage functions and those usable forone particular service only. You may be able to use this report in one or more of the following ways: - gain access to a completetool kit for organisations with an interest in payments to understand the current behaviour of UK consumers in this huge and diversesector; - know exactly which types of card are held most widely by consumers and which they report using most often - for example,how does frequency of usage of the many different types of affinity and co-branded card compare to that of regular cards and whatdifferences in utilisation are visible when cards are analysed by function, brand, status and target - appreciate the extent to whichUK consumers are ready to embrace future opportunities to make payments using their mobile phone (and, possibly, other devicessuch as wristwatches); - understand the typical member profile of the UKs main loyalty programs and the extent to which each hasengaged its members to actually make use of it; - evaluate which forms of insurance and assistance are most likely to enhance theappeal of payment products and which are most likely to be used by consumers in the form of claims or calls for assistance. Table of ContentExecutive SummaryIntroductionPayment TypesPayment CardsLoyalty ProgramsInsurance and AssistanceMobile / Contactless PaymentsOnline PaymentsDomestic / International RemittancesAppendixList of Graphics / TablesPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 1/10
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARYA fairly high proportion of respondents are aware of the potential to use mobile phones to make payments...... although a majority are not currently favourable towards the concept...... and lack of enthusiasm is especially apparent among female and older customersCredit or charge cards are used more frequently for payment as size of transaction increasesFor recurring transactions, one payment means is dominant in all but one purchase categoryNumerous organisations have a fundamental interest in the evolving consumer payments market1.0 INTRODUCTIONScope and rationaleConsumers are changing the ways in which they pay for products and services...... which has important implications for a wide range of different organisations...... and is already visible from trends in the payments market in recent yearsFinaccordPayment Metrics and other consumer research studies focused on the UKUK affinity and partnership marketing publications2.0 PAYMENT TYPESIntroductionPayment methods for irregular purchasesLow-value purchases (up to £15.00)Cash remains king for low-value irregular purchases with a value of up to £15.00...Medium-value purchases (£15.00 - £50.00)... but is relegated behind debit, credit and charge cards for medium-value purchasesHigh-value purchases (£50.00 or more)As a primary means of payment, rechargeable prepaid cards have made little headway in any categoryPayment method preferences by age groupAge group variances are determined primarily by orientation to particular purchase value bracketsPayment methods for recurring purchasesOver 50% of respondents make recurring payments across seven categories of expenditureDirect debits, standing orders and other bank transfers are dominant in the majority of casesOnline payment set-up is used most commonly for all categories needing recurring payments3.0 PAYMENT CARDSIntroductionCards in circulationOverviewAlmost all respondents possess a debit card and well over half a credit, charge or store cardDebit cardsIt is likely that over three quarters of debit cards issued carry the Visa marque...Credit, charge and store cards... although MasterCard has a narrow lead in the credit card sectorThe survey results suggest that approaching 30% of cards are likely to be higher status products...... with American Express likely to hold a higher market share in the gold and platinum categoriesAs a percentage of its total card portfolio, business cards are particularly important to American Express...... meaning that its market share of cards issued in this segment is likely to be higher than that of VisaMasterCard appears to be substantially stronger than Visa in the market for co-branded cards...... although the opposite applies in the much smaller market for affinity cardsPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 2/10
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Supermarkets and other retailers constitute the two most important specific co-branding segmentsThe co-branding portfolios of the three main payment brands display substantial differences in make-upThe influence of the three payment networks is most even in the hotel chain co-branding segmentIn the affinity credit card market, the segment of charity cards is the largestIn the market for football club credit cards, the results suggest a three to one weighting in favour of VisaRechargeable prepaid cardsIn the market for prepaid cards, the results suggest that MasterCard is well ahead of VisaAround one third of rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation are either affinity or co-branded productsOnce again, MasterCard and Visa appear to have contrasting areas of strengthMany co-branded rechargeable prepaid cards carry brand names created specifically for themMasterCard is dominant in the key co-branding segment of other organisationsCharity cards are the most common type of rechargeable prepaid affinity cardBoth MasterCard and Visa are active in the market for affinity rechargeable prepaid cardsCard utilisation frequencyRespondents are most likely to report a debit card as their main oneUtilisation rates for Visa debit cards are higher than those for MasterCard / Maestro products...... although the reverse holds true for credit cardsFor rechargeable prepaid cards, the utilisation gap between the two main payment brands is narrowerAlthough not widely held, ultra high status cards enjoy very high utilisation rates among those that do...... with a similar assertion applying in the case of business cards, which are rarely left dormantAmong co-branded cards, consumers use retailer or supermarket cards most often as their main ones...... with charity cards recording a particularly strong performance among types of affinity cardAcross all card categories, charity and ultra high status cards record the highest utilisation rates4.0 LOYALTY PROGRAMSIntroductionMembership and utilisationOver 60% of respondents report that they are members of a loyalty program of one sort or anotherLoyalty program members are most likely to be female, aged from 55 to 64 and with a high annual incomeThree loyalty programs are dominant in terms of their total number of members...... although two others also claim more than 10% of respondents as membersMost typically, program members are female, aged 47 and with an average annual income of £32,837...... although substantial differences in member profiles are visible from one program to anotherRespondents who belong to the loyalty program of Marks & Spencer appear to be the most engagedEarning and redemption systemsCashback is comfortably the most favoured loyalty program earning systemEarning and redemption opportunities across multiple different organisations are generally preferred5.0 INSURANCE AND ASSISTANCEIntroductionPackaged policy penetration ratesBreakdown recovery insurance is held most commonly on a packaged basis...... as a result of rapid growth of added value accounts in recent yearsPerceived valuePerceived value among respondents varies greatly by type of insurance or assistance...... and there is often an apparent disconnect between penetration rate and perceived valueArguably, the generic product name card protection insurance would benefit from an updateRespondents with access to them are most likely to actually make use of concierge servicesPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 3/10
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!The survey results also point to a relatively high claims frequency for price protection insuranceGenerally speaking, respondents value most what they use most albeit with some exceptions6.0 MOBILE / CONTACTLESS PAYMENTSIntroductionContactless card paymentsLess than a quarter of respondents possess a payment card with a contactless functionality...... and many of those that do have not yet used it to make a contactless paymentMen are significantly more likely to have made a contactless payment than womenMobile bankingUsers of mobile banking services are most likely to be young and male...... and to be owners of an Apple iPhoneOver a quarter of users of mobile banking check their account balance every dayMobile paymentsAlmost three quarters of respondents are aware of the emerging environment for mobile paymentsRespondents with an Apple iPhone are most aware and those with an HTC device the least awareRespondents display mixed feelings towards the concept of using a mobile phone to make payments...... with females markedly less enthused at the prospect than their male counterparts...... but with owners of two makes of mobile phone displaying much more interest than the averageRelatively few respondents are sure that their mobile phone is already equipped to make payments... with some differences again visible when analysed by make of mobile phone usedConsumers are most likely to look to PayPal, Amazon and Visa as providers of mobile payment solutionsMost respondents would prefer mobile payments to be debited directly from their bank account...... although some younger respondents show an interest in linking such payments to their mobile phone billA minority of respondents would favour using a special wristwatch to make contactless payments...7.0 ONLINE PAYMENTSIntroductionFrequency of usage of online payment solutionsIn terms of usage frequency, PayPal has overtaken direct entry of payment card detailsAmazon Payments is also used quite widely but other online payment means lag behind8.0 DOMESTIC / INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCESIntroductionOverviewAlmost twice as many respondents have a need for domestic remittances as for international remittancesDomestic remittancesPayPal and various types of bank payment are used on a regular basis most oftenSending cash, cheques or postal orders in the post is ranked third by this measureInternational remittancesMoneygram and Western Union enjoy more frequent usage in the market for international remittances...... although PayPal still appears to be dominantMarket sharesPayPals approximate market share of international remittances is similar to that for domestic remittances...... although there are some differences among the competing remittance means9.0 APPENDIXResearch sample and mechanicsPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 4/10
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Research methodology and structureLIST OF GRAPHICS / TABLES0.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARYClose to three quarters of respondents with a mobile phone are aware of the emerging market for mobile paymentsMuch work remains to be done to convince consumers of the benefits of mobile payments as opposed to other payment meansThe market for mobile payments to attack in the field of irregular transactions varies by size of purchase...... and by sector of purchase in the case of regular, recurring payments1.0 INTRODUCTION2.0 PAYMENT TYPESSegmentation of main payment methods used for low-value irregular purchases, 2012Segmentation of payment methods for medium-value irregular purchases, 2012Segmentation of payment methods for high-value irregular purchases, 2012Payment method preferences for all irregular purchases by age group, 2012Payment method preferences for all irregular purchases by age group, 2012 (table)Frequency with which consumers make recurring payments for particular services, 2012Segmentation of payment methods for recurring purchases split by category of purchase, 2012Segmentation of payment methods for recurring purchases split by category of purchase, 2012 (table)Segmentation of payment interfaces used to set up recurring purchases split by type of purchase, 2012Segmentation of payment interfaces used to set up recurring purchases split by type of purchase, 2012 (table)3.0 PAYMENT CARDSPercentage of respondents holding debit cards, credit / charge / store cards and rechargeable prepaid cards, 2012Implied market share of debit cards in circulation of MasterCard / Maestro and Visa, 2012Percentage of respondents holding American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa and private label credit, charge or store cards,2012Implied market share of credit, charge and store cards in circulation of American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa and privatelabel, 2012Credit, charge and store cards in circulation segmented by standard, gold, platinum and ultra high status and by card brand / network,2012Implied market share of standard, gold, platinum and ultra high status credit, charge and store cards in circulation of AmericanExpress, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa and private label, 2012Credit, charge and store cards in circulation segmented by standard, gold, platinum and ultra high status and by card brand / network,2012 (table)Credit, charge and store cards in circulation segmented by consumer and business cards and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Implied market share of consumer and business credit, charge and store cards in circulation of American Express, Diners Club,MasterCard, Visa and private label, 2012Credit, charge and store cards in circulation segmented by consumer and business cards and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Credit, charge and store cards in circulation segmented by mono-branded, co-branded and affinity cards and by card brand / network,2012 (table)Implied market share of mono-branded, co-branded and affinity credit, charge and store cards in circulation of American Express,Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa and private label, 2012Credit, charge and store cards in circulation segmented by mono-branded, co-branded and affinity cards and by card brand / network,2012 (table)Co-branded credit cards in circulation segmented by co-brand category and by card brand / network, 2012Implied market share, segmented by co-brand category, of co-branded credit cards in circulation of American Express, MasterCardand Visa, 2012Payment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 5/10
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Co-branded credit cards in circulation segmented by co-brand category and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Affinity credit cards in circulation segmented by affinity category and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Implied market share, segmented by affinity category, of affinity credit cards in circulation of MasterCard and Visa, 2012Affinity credit cards in circulation segmented by affinity category and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Percentage of respondents holding MasterCard, Visa and private label rechargeable prepaid cards, 2012Implied market share of rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation of MasterCard, Visa and private label, 2012Rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation segmented by mono-branded, co-branded and affinity cards and by card brand / network,2012 (table)Implied market share of mono-branded, co-branded and affinity rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation of MasterCard, Visa andprivate label, 2012Rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation segmented by mono-branded, co-branded and affinity cards and by card brand / network,2012 (table)Co-branded rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation segmented by co-brand category and by card brand / network, 2012Implied market share, segmented by co-brand category, of rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation of MasterCard and Visa, 2012Co-branded rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation segmented by co-brand category and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Affinity rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation segmented by affinity category and by card brand / network, 2012Implied market share, segmented by affinity category, of affinity rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation of MasterCard and Visa,2012Affinity rechargeable prepaid cards in circulation segmented by affinity category and by card brand / network, 2012 (table)Card utilisation frequency by card function, 2012Card utilisation frequency by card function, 2012 (table)Card utilisation frequency by card function and brand / network, 2012Card utilisation frequency by card function and brand / network, 2012 (table)Credit, charge and store card utilisation frequency by card status, target and type, 2012Credit, charge and store card utilisation frequency by card status, target and type, 2012 (table)Co-branded and affinity credit and charge card utilisation frequency by co-brand and affinity type, 2012Co-branded and affinity credit and charge card utilisation frequency by co-brand and affinity type, 2012 (table)Ranking of card categories (function, brand / network, status, target, type) by score for card utilisation frequency, 20124.0 LOYALTY PROGRAMSMembership of loyalty programs by program type, 2012Membership of loyalty programs by program type and by gender, age group and annual household income, 2012Membership of specific loyalty programs and degree of utilisation of each among all respondents, 2012Membership of specific loyalty programs and degree of utilisation of each among all respondents, 2012 (table)Gender, age and annual household income profiles of respondents belonging to specific loyalty programs, 2012 (table)Degree of utilisation of specific loyalty programs among respondents belonging to each program, 2012Degree of utilisation of specific loyalty programs among respondents belonging to each program, 2012 (table)Preferred loyalty program earning systems of respondents, 2012Preference of respondents for earning and redemption opportunities across a single organisation or multiple different organisations,20125.0 INSURANCE AND ASSISTANCEPenetration rates for insurance and assistance policy types linked to added value accounts and payment cards, 2012Penetration rates for insurance and assistance policy types linked to added value accounts and payment cards, 2012 (table)Perceived value among respondents of insurance and assistance types linked to added value accounts and payment cards, 2012Perceived value among respondents of insurance and assistance types linked to added value accounts and payment cards, 2012(table)Relationship between penetration rates for insurance and assistance policy types linked to added value accounts and payment cardsPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 6/10
  7. 7. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!and their perceived value among respondents, 2012Claims / utilisation frequency among respondents for insurance and assistance policy types linked to added value accounts andpayment cards, 2012Claims / utilisation frequency among respondents for insurance and assistance policy types linked to added value accounts andpayment cards, 2012 (table)6.0 MOBILE / CONTACTLESS PAYMENTSPossession and utilisation among respondents of contactless payment cards issued by banks, segmented by gender and age group,2012Awareness and utilisation among respondents of contactless payment cards issued by banks, segmented by gender and age group,2012 (table)Utilisation among respondents of mobile banking, segmented by gender and age group, 2012Utilisation among respondents of mobile banking, segmented by gender and age group, 2012 (table)Utilisation among respondents of mobile banking, segmented by make of mobile phone owned, 2012Utilisation among respondents of mobile banking, segmented by make of mobile phone owned, 2012 (table)Frequency of utilisation of mobile banking functions among respondents utilising mobile banking, 2012Frequency of utilisation of mobile banking functions among respondents utilising mobile banking, 2012 (table)Awareness among respondents with a mobile phone that opportunities to utilise mobile phones to make payments are likely toincrease in future, segmented by gender and age group, 2012Awareness among respondents that opportunities to utilise mobile phones to make payments are likely to increase in future,segmented by gender and age group, 2012 (table)Awareness among respondents with a mobile phone that opportunities to utilise mobile phones to make payments are likely toincrease in future, segmented by make of mobile phone used, 2012Awareness among respondents that opportunities to utilise mobile phones to make payments are likely to increase in future,segmented by make of mobile phone used, 2012 (table)Receptiveness among respondents with a mobile phone towards the concept of using mobile phones to make payments, segmentedby gender and age group, 2012Receptiveness among respondents with a mobile phone towards the concept of using mobile phones to make payments, segmentedby gender and age group, 2012 (table)Receptiveness among respondents with a mobile phone towards the concept of using mobile phones to make payments, segmentedby make of mobile phone used, 2012Receptiveness among respondents with a mobile phone towards the concept of using mobile phones to make payments, segmentedby make of mobile phone used, 2012 (table)Possession among respondents of mobile phones already enabled to make payments, segmented by gender and age group, 2012Possession among respondents of mobile phones already enabled to make payments, segmented by gender and age group, 2012(table)Possession among respondents of mobile phones already enabled to make payments, segmented by make of mobile phone used,2012Possession among respondents of mobile phones already enabled to make payments, segmented by make of mobile phone used,2012 (table)Degree to which respondents with a mobile phone would naturally consider using 25 major consumer-facing organisations as asource of mobile payment solutions, 2012Degree to which respondents with a mobile phone would naturally consider using 25 major consumer-facing organisations as asource of mobile payment solutions, 2012 (table)Billing or debit methods preferred among respondents with a mobile phone for settling payments made by mobile phone, segmentedby gender and age group, 2012Billing or debit methods preferred among respondents with a mobile phone for settling payments made by mobile phone, segmentedby gender and age group, 2012 (table)Payment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 7/10
  8. 8. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Preference of respondents for using a special wristwatch rather than a mobile phone or payment card for making contactlesspayments, segmented by gender and age group, 2012Preference of respondents for using a special wristwatch rather than a mobile phone or payment card for making contactlesspayments, segmented by gender and age group, 2012 (table)7.0 ONLINE PAYMENTSFrequency of usage of different online payment means, 2012Frequency of usage of different online payment means, 2012 (table)8.0 DOMESTIC / INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCESFrequency of need for paying individuals at home and abroad without being able to meet them in person, 2012Frequency of usage of different means of making domestic remittances among respondents needing to pay individuals at homewithout being able to meet them, 2012Frequency of usage of different means of making domestic remittances among respondents needing to pay individuals at homewithout being able to meet them, 2012 (table)Frequency of usage of different means of making international remittances among respondents needing to pay individuals abroadwithout being able to meet them, 2012Frequency of usage of different means of making international remittances among respondents needing to pay individuals abroadwithout being able to meet them, 2012 (table)Approximate market shares of competing remittance means for domestic and international remittances, 20129.0 APPENDIXPayment Metrics: Consumer Attitudes towards and Usage of Traditional and Emerging Means of Payment in the UK (From Slideshare) Page 8/10
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