All 11,5000 branches will use the technology by October, some as early as June 6th. With the change, the Post Office will become the biggest user of contactless technology in Europe.

This article titled “Post Office to introduce contactless payment” was written by Lisa Bachelor, for guardian.co.uk on Wednesday 30th May 2012 11.43 UTC

People buying goods and services through any Post Office branch will soon be able to use contactless credit and debit cards and payment-enabled mobile phones.

Post Office will start to roll out contactless payment terminals across its 11,500 branches network from 6 June in a move that will make it the biggest user of contactless acceptance technology in Europe. The roll out will be complete by the end of October.

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