EE Tap Wallet - Cash on Tap

EE Tap Wallet - Cash on Tap


If you’re a 4GEE PAYM customer, Cash on Tap (via EE Tap Wallet) lets you buy things securely and travel in London with a simple tap of your phone. Once installed and registered you can add any UK debit or credit card to top up your account within the application to begin making contactless purchases.

Cash on Tap is a contactless payment service for your smartphone. Just touch your phone against a contactless card reader to pay for anything under £20. Coffees, lunch, taxis, London buses, just a single tap and you’re done. And from the 16th Sept 2014, you can use it to pay for your travel on the London Underground.

It’s totally secure
Cash on Tap is brought to you by EE and MasterCard®. It’s just like using a contactless bank card – and just as safe – in over 300,000 locations in the UK.

Top up anywhere
It’s easy to add more cash to your Cash on Tap account. You can either load your account manually when you need to or use the Autoload functionality to make sure your account is always topped up and ready to spend. Top up using any UK debit or credit card, anytime and anywhere you want.

How to get Cash on Tap
• You will need a compatible device
• Check for N on your SIM card if not go to ee.co.uk/cashontap
• Download the EE Tap Wallet from Google Play
• Install & Register for the Cash on Tap service
• Add any UK debit or credit card to top up your account
• Start tapping to play for things straight away

Watch our Cash on Tap video above to find out more.

It’s worth checking on older devices you have the latest Android software updates.

Some older devices, for example Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE phones purchased before May 2013, might need a new SIM and a software update. The EE Tap Wallet checks your current SIM and software and will let you know if you need any updates.

MasterCard Issuer Statement
MasterCard Issuer Statement Cash on Tap is issued by PrePay Technologies Limited pursuant to license by MasterCard® International Incorporated. Cash on Tap is an electronic money product. PrePay Technologies Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for the issuance of electronic money (FRN 900010). MasterCard and the MasterCard Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.

EE Tap Wallet
Copyright (c) 2013 Orange SA - All rights reserved

Recent changes:
Tap to Travel - Cash on Tap will now work on the London Buses and on the Underground from 16th Sept 2014.

Autoload – loads your account automatically when your balance drops below an amount that you choose.

Samsung S5 mini, Sony Z1 Compact, HTC One M8 Mini2 are now supported along with Samsung S5, S4, S4 Mini, S3 LTE, Note 2 & 3, Sony SP, Z1, Z2, M2 & HTC One M7
These devices have been securely tested by EE and MasterCard®.
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About EE Tap Wallet - Cash on Tap
If you’re a 4GEE PAYM customer, Cash on Tap (via EE Tap Wallet) lets you buy things securely and travel in London with a simple tap of your phone. Once installed and registered you can add any UK debit or credit card to top up your account within the application to begin making contactless purchases.

Cash on Tap is a contactless payment service for your smartphone. Just touch your phone against a contactless card reader to pay for anything under £20. Coffees, lunch, taxis, London buses, just a single tap and you’re done. And from the 16th Sept 2014, you can use it to pay for your travel on the London Underground.

It’s totally secure
Cash on Tap is brought to you by EE and MasterCard®. It’s just like using a contactless bank card – and just as safe – in over 300,000 locations in the UK.

Top up anywhere
It’s easy to add more cash to your Cash on Tap account. You can either load your account manually when you need to or use the Autoload functionality to make sure your account is always topped up and ready to spend. Top up using any UK debit or credit card, anytime and anywhere you want.

How to get Cash on Tap
• You will need a compatible device
• Check for N on your SIM card if not go to ee.co.uk/cashontap
• Download the EE Tap Wallet from Google Play
• Install & Register for the Cash on Tap service
• Add any UK debit or credit card to top up your account
• Start tapping to play for things straight away

Watch our Cash on Tap video above to find out more.

It’s worth checking on older devices you have the latest Android software updates.

Some older devices, for example Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE phones purchased before May 2013, might need a new SIM and a software update. The EE Tap Wallet checks your current SIM and software and will let you know if you need any updates.

MasterCard Issuer Statement
MasterCard Issuer Statement Cash on Tap is issued by PrePay Technologies Limited pursuant to license by MasterCard® International Incorporated. Cash on Tap is an electronic money product. PrePay Technologies Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for the issuance of electronic money (FRN 900010). MasterCard and the MasterCard Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.

EE Tap Wallet
Copyright (c) 2013 Orange SA - All rights reserved

Recent changes:
Tap to Travel - Cash on Tap will now work on the London Buses and on the Underground from 16th Sept 2014.

Autoload – loads your account automatically when your balance drops below an amount that you choose.

Samsung S5 mini, Sony Z1 Compact, HTC One M8 Mini2 are now supported along with Samsung S5, S4, S4 Mini, S3 LTE, Note 2 & 3, Sony SP, Z1, Z2, M2 & HTC One M7
These devices have been securely tested by EE and MasterCard®.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
Update Come on guys where is the Note 4 update . The note 5 is out now . What is the hold up.
A Google User
Aug 18, 2015
Works perfectly on Galaxy s6
A Google User
Aug 18, 2015
No services available? Useless... (Nexus 6)
A Google User
Aug 16, 2015
Poor. App needs updating, difficult to use as old style menu and navigation.
A Google User
Aug 16, 2015
If you phone's on the list then you'll probably be OK. But woe betide you if you upgrade because, like me, you'll probably find your new phone is not supported, there's no date for that support to be provided and getting the money back that's stranded on you account is going to be painful. A great idea - but EE don't seem to want to put the development effort into becoming a major player.