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More than two million Australians have signed up to Disney’s new streaming service four months after its launch. Back in 2015, it took Netflix six months to attract over 2 million customers when it launched locally.  The new data comes from Roy Morgan Single Source, a comprehensive consumer survey, derived

Data from the Roy Morgan Digital Payments Report shows a sharp increase in use of non-bank contactless mobile payment services compared to a year ago. A total of 10.8 per cent of Australians now use non-bank contactless mobile payment services such as Apple Pay and Google Pay, up from 7.1

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Despite all the privacy and data controversies surrounding Facebook in the past year it is still the most widely used social media site in Australia, according to new Roy Morgan research. At the beginning of 2019, Facebook had more than 17.1 million users visiting the site in a four week

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Buy now, pay later platforms are still booming with new research from Roy Morgan showing in the past 12 months 1.59 million Australians are using platforms like Afterpay and Zip. The report, Digital Payment Solutions Currency Report showed more than 40 per cent of those using buy now, pay later

Australian customers are using bank branches less according to new figures from Roy Morgan that show the average number of visitors dropping almost 30 per cent from 2014 to 2018. In four years the average amount of people visiting a bank branch has dropped from 4.73 million people in 2014

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Australian shoppers prefer to use non-bank cardless payments like Apple Pay and Google Wallet over the banks own offerings, according to a report from Roy Morgan. The research firm believes incumbents will need to collaborate more with fintechs and third parties to “keep up” in the evolving digital payments market.