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Visa's Mark Nelsen wants to make your plastic credit card obsolete

By Ken Sweet

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On a PC you will need to enter a number. You can't tap it on your keyboard.

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@GBR48 true in some cases but on most computers they have a card slot readers where you can insert a card.

On a PC you will need to enter a number. You can't tap it on your keyboard.

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Yes, put all your payment info on your phone to make it extra convenient for someone that swipes your phone. You won't even be able to get in to cancel the cards anytime soon anyways.

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I'm old. Really old. Let me use my card, cheques, or cash. You can hang on till I'm dead, can't you. I'm very old.

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@gene Hennigh - you make a valid point. Smartphones are hugely expensive and often unaffordable for older / unemployed people. So what happens then ?

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