London Rail Passengers Can Now Use Apple Pay

Image Courtesy of Transport for London

From July 14th, train users will be able to use Apple Pay. Apple Pay is Apple’s contactless payment system allowing customers to pay for products using any of the latest Apple products, including iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch.

To pay for travel, passengers just touch in and out with their Apple devices when travelling by train in London. The technology is similar to existing contactless payment cards.

Apple Pay on London Trains

David Mapp, Commercial Director at the Association of Train Operating Companies, said: Apple Pay is another welcome and convenient way for people to pay to hop on a train. Many train passengers are already using contactless bank cards and smart cards like Oyster, or buying e-tickets on smartphones.

Over the next ten years we will see increasing use of the latest technology to transform the way people buy rail travel.

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