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T-Mobile Poland adds banks to NFC platform

T-Mobile's MyWallet NFC mobile wallet in action

Customers of Getin Bank and Noble Bank are now able to access T-Mobile Poland’s MyWallet NFC service, the carrier has announced.

MyWallet was launched in October 2012 and was available initially only to customers of Raiffeisen Polbank and mBank. By early January, 5,500 T-Mobile customers had activated the service.

Now, customers of Noble Bank can add both a debit card and a credit card to MyWallet while customers of Getin Bank can add their debit cards.

Noble Bank customers who sign up “will receive an individual offer on contact with the bank advisor”, says T-Mobile, while Getin Bank customers qualify for 15% cashback for six months, up to a total of 240 złoty (US$77). New customers who open a Getin Up account, meanwhile, will also receive a 50 zł ($16) bonus for making their first NFC transaction and another 100 zł ($32) after three months of active usage of the card.

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