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  • Brits are splashing the cash via contactless
  • Brits are splashing the cash via contactless
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Brits are splashing the cash via contactless

There are now 69 million contactless cards circulating in the UK. More money was spent via contactless between January and June 2015 than in the whole of 2014. As a result, the payment limit is being increased from £20 to £30, allowing for more items to be purchased with a tap.

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