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Transport for London has encouraged tourists to set up contactless payment, rather than obtaining an Oyster card, after it announced that the system would be rolled out on September 16. TfL's director of customer experience said:
London Underground commuters will be able to use their phone to pay for their daily travel, under new plans unveiled by Transport for London. Gerry McQuade, chief marketing officer at EE, said:
Transport for London has announced that contactless payment will be rolled out on September 16. The scheme, already available on buses, will allow commuters to pay with credit and debit cards that feature the contactless icon.