Rob Harper, head of Mobile Commerce at PayPal UK, spoke to PaymentEye at this year’s PayExpo about the rise of mobile payments and where that leaves cash and cards.
He highlighted how the modern user will use the mobile phone 24/7 – first thing in the morning and last thing at night and how payment user experience is the most important factor in driving adoption of mobile payments.
Look out for more videos of our time at PayExpo 2015, which are coming out soon!
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