Almost three in five British consumers say that not having to hand over physical cash, such as when making contactless payments, has led to them spending more at the tills, according to new research
When it comes to contactless card security, I’m generally pretty relaxed about the various concerns over fraud, including scare stories of scammers with scanners sneaking payments from unsuspecting travellers.
Consumers in the UK save an average of 34 years in time every month by paying for goods with contactless cards, a study released today has found.
Google has announced that its smartphone payment system, Android Pay, will be launched in the UK in the next few months.
A new study has found that the number of consumers making contactless payments via their mobiles will reach 148 million this year, with Apple and Samsung together accounting for nearly 70% of new customers.
A viral photo suggests that there are scammers using contactless card terminals to take payments from unsuspecting people.
The UK Card Association has released figures showing that contactless spending reached £1 billion in a month for the first time last November.
Contactless card transactions now account for one in 10 card payments, the first time the milestone has been passed, the latest figures from The UK Cards Association show.
The “TOPSHOP x bPay” collection is a range of accessories that incorporate bPay by Barclaycard contactless payment technology.
Apple Pay is slowly adding support for more UK banks, with Halifax and Lloyds Bank the latest to launch on the mobile payment system.