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Take that iPhone – Now you can wave your credit card to make payment in Japan

NTT DoCoMo is offering DCMX (iD integrated card) credit cards with postpaid electronic money in Japan. With the DCMX credit card payment will be completed simply by waving a mobile wallet and card reader in the cash register of convenience stores and supermarkets in Japan. Users can register for the iD card via DoCoMo. This facility is available in more than 530,000 mobile phones in Japan. By using the iD card, user can settle his bill without having to sign nor pay in advance.

DCMX_Card_JapanThis facility is used by more than 20.55 million people in Japan. This facility is available in MasterCard or VISA. Annual fee for first year is free and also for second year if the user has used the card once for the services of iD and DCMX service. . If there is no use, ¥ 1,250 annual fee (tax), 500 yen annual fee is applied each iD is DCMX. By using the above cards, the user earns more DoCoMo points.

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