ING expects 50 cents per month for mobile payments via NFC




ING clients have to pay 50 cents per month will soon be able to pay by mobile phone via NFC use. Students can use the free service. ING launched a public test for Android users.

Using the Mobile Payment App is the first six months free, then the ING there charges 50 cents per month. For students, its use is free. That makes the ING announced. When the bank is officially rolling out the service is unknown.

It starts Thursday, a test for users of smartphones running Android 4.4 or later and that have NFC support. Users must have activated a Mobile Banking App and they need to install the new Mobile Payment App. The beta testers for free, but the bank warns that the app can still be unstable ‘which transactions can not be completed in all cases. ”

ING previously held only test with some older models of Samsung. For purchases up to € 25 can be paid either with or without PIN. At higher amounts, require a PIN.

Vodafone will charge 12.95 euro per year for its SmartPass -dienst for contactless payments. It expects the provider charge for charging.


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