Following the launch of the bPay band last year, Barclaycard has unveiled three new wearable payment devices -- a wristband, key fob, and sticker.
Each device will use NFC contactless payment technology, which can be used to pay for transactions up to a value of £20 (rising to £30 later this year).
bPay will consist of a digital wallet, which is open to anyone with a UK-registered Visa or MasterCard debit or credit card, not just Barclaycard account holders.
Funds can be added to your digital wallet either online, using a new multi-platform mobile app, or with a set auto top-up.
Mike Saunders, Managing Director of Digital Consumer Payments at Barclaycard said, "We're in the midst of a sweeping change in the way we pay, with cash-dominated transactions being replaced by 'touch and go' contactless technology that has made it easier, safer and faster to make low-value payments."
"We're leading the innovation that will enable everyone to pay in a convenient, flexible, and secure way."
The devices will be available to buy on the high street in August, with prices starting at £14.99 for the bPay Sticker, £19.99 for the fob, and £24.99 for the bPay Band.
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