Mobile Payments Market Monitor Q4 2016: Retailers and online shopping platforms intensify mobile payments war

January 26, 2017  | Subscribers Only

Ruomeng Wang Ruomeng Wang Research & Analysis Manager, Security - Fintech & Blockchain
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Google's Android Pay expanded to five new markets during Q4 2016, which is more than  Samsung Pay and Apple Pay, but Apple was still the leader of global expansion by the end of 2016. Retailers and online shopping platforms have stepped up their mobile payment activities.

Highlingts:

Apple Pay, Samsung Pay added new territories in Q4 2016
Huawei follows Xiaomi to offer NFC payments for Chinese commuters
Walmart to include more payments services inside Walmart Pay
Ant Financial and Amazon innovate with mobile payments services
Operators expand mobile payments services

In this report:

Apple Pay: Global footprint – Q4 2016
Samsung Pay: Global footprint – Q4 2016
Android Pay: Global footprint – Q4 2016
Apple Pay, Samsung Pay added new territories in Q4 2016
Huawei follows Xiaomi to offer NFC payments for Chinese commuters
Walmart to include more payments services inside Walmart Pay
Ant Financial and Amazon innovate with mobile payments services
Bharti Airtel, Telenor and Vodacom expanded mobile payments services

List of Tables and Charts:

  • Apple Pay: Global footprint – Q4 2016
  • Samsung Pay: Global footprint – Q4 2016
  • Android Pay: Global footprint – Q4 2016
  • Handset-based mobile payment services: addressable smartphones (m)
  • Mobile Money M&A: Number of deals
  • Mobile payment M&A Q4 2016
  • Mobile Money Funding: Number of deals
  • Mobile Money Funding: Disclosed value ($m)
  • Q4 2016 Mobile payments funding deals full list

Number of Pages: 16

Number of Tables and Charts: 9

 

Ruomeng Wang

Research & Analysis Manager, Security - Fintech & Blockchain

Ms. Ruomeng Wang, senior analyst at IHS Markit, focuses on fintech and blockchain research.

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