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  • Majority of Aussies prefer digital payments over cash
  • Majority of Aussies prefer digital payments over cash
    Clay Banks (2019) ©
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Majority of Aussies prefer digital payments over cash

Only a fifth of Australians like to make purchases in cash, with most now preferring the convenience and security offered by digital payments. As spending habits change, businesses can use payment tech to retain customers and eliminate the pain points associated with cash.

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