What Is NFC And How Does It Work?
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Am I Using NFC Now And Didn’t Realise It?
NFC chips are now included inside most credit cards for contactless payments. But a slightly more recent – and admittedly more enticing – use case for NFC is with your smartphone, or even your smartwatch, as a way to digitize your entire wallet.
Android Pay and ApplePay now allows users to pay via NFC. Virtually every mobile OS maker has their own apps that offer unique NFC functionality. Android users have the widest variety to choose from at present. The most well-known option is Android Pay, which works on many Android phones and watches, allowing you to pay via contactless payments.
Apple’s phones from the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus onwards also have NFC functionality, as do the Apple Watch and Apple Watch 2, albeit with limited use so far, as it’s only usable for Apple Pay.
It’s a lot like Android Pay, in that it’s an app which gives users the ability to link up their credit and debit cards and then use their phone with contactless readers.