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United States Mobile Payments Forecast
A Forrester study, released on Monday November 17, 2014 expects mobile payments in the US alone to reach $142 billion in volume in 2019. Forrester claims that the market has matured over the last five years, as we become all the more reliant on our mobile devices.
“It’s not just that we have smartphones. It’s that we’re increasingly dependent or rely on or expect them to deliver more,” Denée Carrington, a Forrester analyst, told the New York Times.
Ms. Carrington went on to credit Apple Pay with the expected acceleration of mobile payments at the point-of-sale. She expects that market in particular will reach $34 billion in volume in the United States by 2019. That is a near tenfold increase from Forrester’s current estimates for 2014.
The research predicts that m-commerce will see the largest area of growth over the next five years. Mobile payments already make up around half of e-commerce purchases, but the firm expects they will reach $91 billion in volume in the United States by 2019.
Ms. Carrington also sees notable activity in peer-to-peer payments.