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The number of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay users is about to hit 100 million and should top 150 million by the end of 2017, according to new data from fintech analysis firm Juniper Research.

Apple, Samsung and Google (which operates Android Pay) owned 41% of the contactless payments market in 2016 – double their 20% market share just a year earlier, according to Juniper. By 2021, the three companies will likely own 56% of the market, with a combined user base of more than 500 million users, it said.

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