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Introducing our Digital Payments in India Report: Demonetization Edition – #Ad


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We’re happy to introduce our 2nd Digital Payments in India report, supported by Akamai Technologies. This report is a free download, available here, contains over 100 visualizations, along with sharp analysis of how rapidly Mobile Payments business in India is growing. Also included in this version is an analysis specific to demonetisation, where we look at data on how card and payment instrument behaviour changed during and after demonetization.

The report has data on credit cards, debit cards, mobile banking, prepaid wallets, NEFT for various banks, as well as some publicly disclosed information from companies like Paytm, Itz Cash, Mobikwik, Money on Mobile, among others.

The banks we’ve covered include Axis Bank, HDFC, ICICI, PNB and State Bank of India. All in all, there are over 100 charts in this report.

Some examples of what the charts cover:

– Total number of Debit Cards, cards added, number of transactions and amount transacted, top 5 banks, top 10 banks.
– Total number of Credit Cards, cards added, number of transactions and amount transacted, top 5 banks, top 10 banks.
– Mobile Banking, transaction volume, amount transacted, average amount per transaction, top 5 banks
– IMPS: total MMIDs, MMIDs added, number of transactions, amount transacted.

We have the same data by bank as well.

Some samples:

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There’s more than enough data publicly available. What we’ve done is provided visualisation and analysis. If you’re a payments company and you wish to share data with us, please contact me at nikhil@medianama.com. In case you have suggestions, or feedback, please feel free to get in touch.

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