UK-based supermarket chain TESCO has launched a contactless payment card pilot, according to express.co.uk.
Since December, trial participants in the UK have been able to pay for transactions of £15 of less with a wave of a contactless debit or credit card at the register.
According to Express, Royal Bank of Scotland and payment processing group WorldPay are rumored to be providing the technology.
Rival supermarket chain Co-op is planning to roll out contactless payment in 3,000 of its stores later this year.
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