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BNP Paribas introduces Tap to Pay on iPhone for French retailers

By Gloria Methri

April 19, 2024

  • Bnp Paribas
  • Contactless Payments
  • Europe
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BNP Paribas, Tap to Pay on iPhone, Contactless Payments, Retail Payments, FinTech, FranceBNP Paribas has introduced Tap to Pay on iPhone for its retail customers in France. This feature enables businesses large and small to accept in-person contactless payments seamlessly and securely with Apple’s contactless payment acceptance technology.

Tap to Pay on iPhone accepts all forms of contactless payments, including contactless credit and debit cards, Apple Pay, and other digital wallets, using only an iPhone and the Axepta BNP Paribas app — no additional hardware or payment terminal is needed.

Tap to Pay on iPhone enables customers to use an easy-to-set-up payment solution. At checkout, the employee prompts the customer to hold their contactless credit or debit card, iPhone or Apple Watch, or other digital wallet near the employee’s iPhone, and the payment is securely completed.

Tap to Pay on iPhone uses the built-in features of the iPhone to keep the business’s and customers’ data private and secure. When a payment is processed, Apple doesn’t store card numbers on the device or Apple servers.

With BNP Paribas, Tap to Pay on iPhone is compatible with CB, a scheme that accounts for more than 65% of daily consumer payments in France, as well as Visa and Mastercard.

Emmanuelle François, Head of Axepta BNP Paribas, said, “Tap to Pay on iPhone complements AXEPTA payment solutions offer, providing a complete digital experience and an optimised customer journey. BNP Paribas has chosen to offer Tap to Pay on iPhone with CB at launch to guarantee its retailer clients access to a widely used, robust, economical, and secure network.”

“Tap to Pay on iPhone complements CB’s innovative and secure digital omni-channel range of products and services. We are pleased that BNP Paribas has chosen to launch Tap to Pay on iPhone with CB—its merchant customers can benefit from all the advantages of the French CB payment network, particularly in terms of security, reliability, and costs,” added Loÿs Moulin, Head of Business Development CB.

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