Date: Wed, 22 May 2013 21:40:28 +0200
- Contactless News
Contactless cards used to pay for 1 million fares on London buses
Transport for London (TfL) revealed that NFC contactless payments have accounted for 1 million transactions on the city’s bus lines.
A release from TfL’s website estimates that as many as 10,000 people are using the contactless debit, credit or charge cards each day to pay their bus fares. Support for contactless payment cards giving riders an alternative to the Oyster card.
Also a contactless solution, the Oyster Card enables riders to load funds as they see fit, but for riders already possessing contactless bank cards the Oyster Card may not be necessary.
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