No pulling out your phone or wallet to pay for a sandwich, simply tap your bPay wristband and you're good to go

In a contactless world equipped with the Barclayscard, or bPay for short, buyers can make purchases via tapping their wristband, key ring or surface-affixed sticker on applicable reading machines. Users must register their device before wielding the power of instantaneous purchase in stores like Starbucks, David Lloyd, Pret a Manger, Mark & Spencer, among others.


By connecting bPay to a mobile device, one can seamlessly track spending with a detailed activity tracker app and connect their credit cards to multiple bank accounts.

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