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“SBPey” does not have enough software for mass implementation on smartphones

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The National Payment Card System (NSPK) tested payment in the SBPey application using NFC technology. Banks participating in the SBP and trade and service enterprises (TSP) conduct the necessary tests for further implementation of the technology on their side.

The technology involves options for devices for accepting payments using NFC on the merchant side. These can be stickers with an NFC tag, a vendor’s smartphone, or a special terminal that supports the NFC-TAG mode.” For the convenience of market participants, NSPK “is preparing an explanatory document on this payment scenario, which will be released shortly.

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This technology makes payments through SBPey similar to ApplePay or GooglePay: you just need to bring your smartphone to the POS-terminal and confirm the payment on your phone. Now the service is much less convenient, it requires obtaining a QR code at the checkout, which not all cashiers are able to generate yet, even in merchants who have connected the service. Then you need to open the banking application on your smartphone, read the code and confirm the payment.

The contactless payment technology through SPBey is simpler and more convenient, but it requires certain costs from banks, so so far few have implemented the service. Formally, 105 banks are connected to SBPey, judging by its mobile application. All credit institutions with a universal license must connect before July 1. The Central Bank has already postponed the deadline once and does not intend to do it again.

However, for the mass introduction of payment through SBPey with a simple touch of a smartphone, it is necessary to refine the software (software) of the most popular types of POS terminals. Vendor companies developing software for them note the interest on the part of banks to connect contactless payment using SBPey, but it “does not yet become practical”.

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