How to pay using your phone
If you have a smartphone (and 81 percent of Americans do in 2019, according to Pew Research Center), you’re probably carrying a digital wallet right now. But are you using it? When you add your credit or debit cards into your smartphone’s wallet app, you can bypass swipes and chip-dips to make more secure transactions at retailers. No more fumbling for cards at checkout; try this simpler way to pay.
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