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BLIK starts the year on a high: nearly a quarter of a billion transactions and 10.5 million active users in Q1 2022

BLIK starts the year on a high: nearly a quarter of a billion transactions and 10.5 million active users in Q1 2022

From January to March 2022, BLIK users made nearly 250 million transactions totalling PLN 32.6 billion. At the end of Q1, BLIK was actively used by as many as 10.5m people. In the analysed period, there was a strong year-on-year increase in the number of BLIK phone transfers and POS terminal payments – by 136% and 172%, respectively. BLIK contactless payments also gained momentum at the beginning of the year. Since the service became available, it has been activated by over 800,000 users. In Q1 2022 alone, as many as 8.6 million payments were made this way.

BLIK and Uber Eats join forces

BLIK and Uber Eats join forces

BLIK mobile payments are now available for Uber Eats customers in Poland. For BLIK, this is the next stage of expanding their presence on global platforms. Uber Eats now offers their customers an option to pay with their favourite payment method.

BLIK is the strongest brand in Poland in the mobile payments category

BLIK is the strongest brand in Poland in the mobile payments category

BLIK is the service most frequently and most willingly used by Poles who use banking apps. According to the KANTAR survey, in the second quarter of this year, it recorded the highest Brand Power index in the payments category – at a level of 37%. Almost two-thirds of users would recommend BLIK to their friends, mainly due to the ease and speed of executing transactions. BLIK is also the fastest growing innovation on the payments market in Poland.

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Increase your e-commerce sales. Why payments are crucial

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