Five Times Brits Went Overboard to Promote Contactless Payments

You can buy goods worth £30 in UK by simply waving your card, wristband, phone or any other contactless device at the POS terminal in a shop. Companies in UK have started promoting contactless payments, but there are cases where retailers have started charging customers more to use a chip-and-PIN card.

Subway charging an extra 10p to use chip-and-PIN in Brislington, Bristol

Recently at Subway in Brislington, Bristol, a Subway customer was asked to ...

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