Subway is preparing to launch NFC payment terminals in 24,000 restaurants across the U.S., according to Mobile Commerce News.
The terminals, which are slated to hit stores this fall, will enable customers to pay for their meals with a tap of their NFC-enabled smart phone.
As one of the first retailers to join Google’s Mobile Wallet project, the fast food giant hopes that the roll out will help speed the adoption of contactless mobile payments across the country, says Joost Zimmerman, Subway’s director of digital marketing.
By 2012, Subway expects to roll out NFC payments in all 35,000 of its restaurants worldwide.
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