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New data released on electronic payments trends. New data released on electronic payments trends. (Source: Shutterstock)

The number of consumers using digital and mobile methods to pay bills is rising, and consumers appeared ready to make even more changes in their bill-paying habits over the coming year, new data from electronic payments company ACI Worldwide suggested.

More than one in five consumers has increased their use of company websites to pay bills in the past year, and about the same number decreased their use of mail and in-person payments, according to the study of more than 3,000 adult consumers in the United States. A full 57% of consumers now pay their bills via company websites, and 21% pay their bills via mobile apps.

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