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Infographic: Bill pay goes mobile


More consumers are using their mobile phones to pay their bills, a study has found

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More consumers are using their mobile phones to pay their bills, a study from financial services technology company Fiserv has found. In fact, paying bills is the top reason smartphone users visited their billers’ mobile websites.

Mobile bill pay has been experiencing rapid growth. In 2011, 6 million online consumers paid a bill with a mobile phone. This year, that number jumped to 8 million. The top reason for converting to mobile? Half of those surveyed said it saves them time.

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