Monday, 7 July 2014

The End of Cash Takes A Step Closer

London's buses have gone cashless. From July 6, you can't use coins or banknotes on buses – you can only use the capital's “ Oyster” prepaid smartcards, its short-term general travel tickets known as “Travelcards”, or contactless bank cards. You can still buy Travelcards and top-up Oyster cards with cash, of course. But paying the driver of the bus with the last of your small change is now a thing of the past.....

Find out about the implications for the future of cash here (Forbes).


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  1. London's buses have gone cashless. From July 6, you can't use coins or banknotes on buses – you can only use the capital's “ Oyster” prepaid smartcards, its short-term general travel tickets known as “Travelcards”, or contactless bank cards. You can still buy Travelcards and top-up Oyster cards with cash, of course. But paying the driver of the bus with the last of your small change is now a thing of the past.....
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