Results of the BPAY Annual Usage & Attitude Study

Each year BPAY conducts comprehensive research to understand consumer preferences regarding bill payments and electronic presentments.

The results of the 2013 survey have been finalised and BPAY remains the most widely-used method of paying bills in Australia. The research was conducted back in September 2013 and approximately 1000 Australians aged between 18 and 75 were surveyed.

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Key findings from BPAY payments research
 
 
QR codes go live in mobile banking
QR codes go live in mobile banking

BPAY is delighted to announce that QR code functionality has recently been launched within mobile banking, making payments even faster for consumers.

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It’s now even easier for businesses to implement BPAY View
It’s now even easier for businesses to implement BPAY View

Through the launch of file exchange BPAY View implementation is now even faster and simpler.

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More local councils and their residents embrace BPAY and BPAY View
More local councils and their residents embrace BPAY and BPAY View

Australia’s local councils and their ratepayers are among the biggest adopters of BPAY and BPAY View. So it’s no surprise that an increasing number of local councils are delivering rates notices and other bills electronically through BPAY View.

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The move to mobile
The move to mobile

Consumers are increasingly using mobile technologies to pay bills via BPAY and BPAY View According to a recent study conducted by research company TNS, 66% of Australians now own a smart phone and an increasing number of us are using our smart phones to do our banking.

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