Tap to pay is now available for US members of the Windows Insider program

Tap to pay is now available for US members of the Windows Insider program
Tap to pay is now available in Microsoft Wallet for members of the Windows Insider program running builds 14360 or higher. The service is currently a US-only gig and is useable at all points of sale with support for contactless payments, which amounts to “over a million retail locations”, Microsoft claims.

Tap to pay currently supports only a limited selection of banks – Bank of America, three local unions and S&L holding company People's United Bank – with US Bank, Chase and Fifth Third Bank listed as “coming soon” on Microsoft Wallet's page. If you want to use the new feature, you'll also need a Lumia 950, 950 XL or 650.

Tap to pay should be officially available in Microsoft Wallet this summer, with the Windows 10 Anniversary update scheduled for next month.

source: Windows

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