Report: 18% Of Consumer Bill Payments To Be Bank Bill Payments By 2016

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4:10 PM EDT March 27th, 2013

According to a new Aite Group study, 18 percent of U.S. consumer bill payments will be bank bill payments by 2016. For comparison, that number was just 14 percent as recently as 2009, The Paypers notes.

The study also found that the four biggest bill payment processors in the U.S. processed 25 percent of online and mobile bill payments in 2012/

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