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contactless

(ˈkɒntæktlɪs)
adj
1. without contacts
2. (Commerce) referring to payment systems which use RFID technology and do not require the customer's signature or pin number
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Visa country manager for Hong Kong and Macau Caroline Ada said, Contactless payments, where you simply tap to pay with a contactless-enabled card, mobile or wearable device at a contactless-enabled checkout terminal, are gaining strong momentum across the globe,
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 30, 2016-UATP, Paymagnet partner to provide contactless payments to airlines
gt; Is cash on the Two in five (40%) Britons said their declining use of cash was due to the growing acceptance of contactless payments, Mastercard's survey of 2,000 people found.
Contactless payments are slowly gaining traction in Slovenia, as banks are increasingly offering contactless payment options to consumers.
McKechnie said, "Contactless payment usage has grown rapidly in other markets as customers feel the benefits in their everyday lives from making contactless payments at coffee shops, retailers and public transport, including metro services and taxis.
Contactless payments can be made at thousands of merchant locations across the UAE where contactless terminals are available, as a simple tap for small ticket items (up to AED 100) or a tap with PIN for larger purchases.
BNP Paribas is planning to undertake a contactless payments display experiment.
The study revealed that three out of 10 Filipinos (29 percent) have completed transactions using contactless payments over the past year, compared to only 21 percent in 2014.
The spend limit of contactless payments and Apple Pay has increased from GBP20 to GBP30 as of September 1, 2015 meaning more Apple Pay users could be using their iPhones to make payments.
Big chains including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Pret a Manger now accept contactless payments.
Consumers typically made 10 contactless payments every second throughout 2014, with contactless cards being used a total of 319.