EE Enters Contactless Payment Offer

EE Enters Contactless Payment Offer

Contactless payments on London buses have been available since 2012, so whilst not a completely new innovation, EE has nonetheless made the announcement that customers with Cash on Tap NFC wallet on their phones can now pay by tapping on board.

The network has also announced that it plans to roll out further services on the remaining TfL network to include Tube, DLR & London Overground from September 16th.

The fares will remain the same as if you used your Oyster card or alternative contactless payment card – a single journey costs £1.45, daily fares are capped at £4.40 and weekly bus travel no more than £20.20.

At this stage, only customers who have a 4G monthly plan and a phone with NFC can use EE’s Cash on Tap.

Compatible devices include the HTC One (M8) and Samsung Galaxy S5, with no confirmed plans, just rumours, that the iPhone 6 will also NFC built in.

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