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Mobile World Congress 2019

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Using your device as a wallet

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Using your device as a wallet

Using your device as a wallet

 

Did you know you can use your device to pay for goods without reaching for your real wallet and manage all payment services?

When making a payment, remember to turn on the NFC function before you touch your device to a card reader.

For more information about NFC, see NFC (Near Field Communication).

To manage payment services

 

  1. Make sure NFC is enabled on your device.
  2. Find and tap Settings > Apps & notifications > Default apps > Tap & pay. A list of payment services appears.
  3. Manage the payment services as desired. For example, you can change your default payment service.

 

 

Mobile payment services may not be available in your region. For Dual SIM devices, NFC-initiated payments are only supported for an NFC-enabled SIM card inserted in SIM card slot 1.


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