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How to only allow contactless payments when your Android 12 phone is unlocked
Today i’m going to show you how to only allow contactless payments when your Android 12 phone is unlocked.
This can be useful incase you lose your phone and you don’t want anyone to use your phone to make purchases.
To do this go to settings.
Then tap on Connected devices.
Tap on connection preferences
Then tap on NFC
Now turn on the button next to “Require device unlock for NFC”
By doing this you will only be able to use the contactless when your phone is unlocked.
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Contactless payment limit up to £100: Is this good for consumers?
With the new contactless payment limit on debit and credit cards increasing to £100 in the UK, I’ve taken a look at whether this is a good idea.
Find out the ways to avoid fraud and the impact paying via contactless can have on your spending. Plus why the increase actually means you’ll probably enter your PIN even more frequently.
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