Zelle peer-to-peer (P2P) payments increased 76 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2019, Bank of America said on Wednesday (Jan. 15), marking the latest growth surge for that payment method. During the quarter, consumers made 95 million payments worth $23.8 billion using Zelle. In its Q4 financial release, Bank of America also gave updates on its mobile and digital efforts. The financial institution said 29 percent of all consumer sales were digital and 53 percent of all digital sales came via mobile. As it stands, Bank of America now has 38.3 million active digital banking users, along with 29.2 million active mobile banking users.