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UK to use contactless payments amid coronavirus fight

UK to use contactless payments amid coronavirus fight

The contactless limit for in-store spending will increase from $35 to $52 in the UK as retailers work to reduce physical contact in shops during the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world. Contactless payment involves tapping debit & and credit cards on card readers, eliminating the need to enter a PIN code. The new payment limit will be operational in some shops across the UK from April 1.

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