Our debit and credit cards have a contactless-payment feature. This lets you make payments under £30 by just tapping your card on a contactless reader, without having to enter the card PIN or provide your signature.
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bPay is a range of contactless payment devices that may be helpful if you have dexterity problems, sight loss or dyslexia. They use pre-paid accounts that link to most major credit or debit cards – you don’t need to bank with us or have a Barclaycard.
You can choose a wristband, fob or sticker, which all work just like a contactless card, so you can pay for anything up to £30.
You can also use the bPay mobile app with your contactless device. It lets you track your spending and top up your account on the go.
You can choose your device on the bPay website. If you’d like your bPay welcome pack and chip ID in Braille, large print or audio, please email your full name, phone number and order number to email@example.com.
You can link your Barclays debit card or Barclaycard to your Android device and use it whenever you see the contactless symbol.
You can also make payments from £30 to £100 by holding your mobile on the card reader, entering your normal card PIN into the device , then holding it over the reader again.
To set up Contactless Mobile, you’ll need the latest version of the Barclays Mobile Banking app1 installed on your phone. Read more about Contactless Mobile
You can use your Apple device to pay with your debit card or credit card. Just need to tap your device against the contactless reader, and authorise the payment in the Apple Pay app with your Touch ID.
To set up Apple Pay, your Phone, iPad or Apple Watch needs to running the most up-to-date operating system. You can check by tapping ‘Software update’ under ‘General’ in ‘Settings’.
Use voice commands to make Siri payments to payees set up on your chosen account.
Withdraw cash with your contactless debit card or Android smartphone, without having to use your PIN. Read more.
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If you want to make your computer or device easier to use, we’ve created a site with disability charity AbilityNet to show you how to do so.