As consumer behaviour evolves in line with technological advances, consumers are expecting payments to get faster and easier, wherever they are.
The ability to use payment cards in a range of unattended terminals — from station vending machines to airport kiosks — is no longer simply a desire. It’s an expectation.
Transaction Network Services (TNS) asked more than 3,000 adults across the US, UK and Australia more about how widespread a desire this is, which age groups feel strongest about it and more.
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