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    Poppy Appeal gets contactless donations

    November 8th, 2016

    UK consumers can make a donation to The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal by tapping their contactless card or NFC device against contactless donation tins in 13 branches of UK bank Natwest. The tins are being trialled in collaboration with Worldpay and Thyngs. “One tin, developed by Worldpay, doubles up as a contactless terminal charging £2 (US$2.48) per tap,” Worldpay says. “Another will feature Thyngs Styckers which uses mobile phone technology to instantly direct mobile users to a dedicated donation page.” Mobile donations are currently being trialled, with contactless card donations set to be piloted next week.

    The Royal British Legion tries NFC for Poppy Appeal

    November 6th, 2013

    The Royal British Legion has used NFC to make it easier for consumers to make a donation to the 2013 Poppy Appeal, in partnership with Proxama and mobile commerce and marketing platform Paythru. For Birmingham’s… More

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