Paym is a UK-based mobile payment solution, launched in April 2014. The service enables fund transfers between bank customers using mobile phones. The Payments Council was initially responsible for supporting the launch of Paym, which is now run by Mobile Payments Service Company Ltd (MPSCo). Paym is an addition to the mobile banking app provided by banks and building societies.
Transfers using Paym can be made through a bank or building society’s app, once a user has registered their mobile phone number with their current account. The speed and security of money transfers using Paym are the same as for online transfers, as Paym uses the Faster Payments infrastructure.
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Launched in April 2014, Paym enables fund transfers between bank customers using mobile phones.
As of February 2016, 3.2 million users had registered for Paym. The service is regularly used among relatives, in particular by close family members.
Data collected during the first half of 2015 shows Paym use peaking at lunch and dinner times, with Friday having the highest frequency of Paym transactions.