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Orange launches ‘Quick Tap treats’ for NFC phones

by Steven Williamson on 24 February 2012, 14:00

Tags: Orange (NYSE:FTE)

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Orange has launched a retail reward scheme called ‘Quick Tap Treats,’ which allows users with NFC enabled handset to get free food, drinks or free upgrades from any EAT restaurant.

EAT and Orange have created special posters that respond to a tap from NFC Orange mobile phones. Track down a poster, tap on it and play the game and you can claim one free treat every day from one of the 110 EAT restaurants across the UK.

To get you drooling, Orange has released a list of the treats on offer during the launch period, though new items will be added over the coming weeks.

Quick Tap Treats

Free Ham & Cheese Baguette

Free Small Coffee

Free Porridge

Free Fruit

Hot Drinks Upgrade (small to big)

Free Mash & Gravy with any Pie purchase

Breakfast Bacon upgrade (small to big)

Soup Upgrade (small to big)


Those who don’t have an NFC phone can still take advantage of the offer by downloading the Quick Tap Treats App from Orange World. To check out the full terms and conditions, head to www.orange.co.uk.


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I'm praying my next phone will have NFC, it's coming and it'll be big.
Scribe
I'm praying my next phone will have NFC, it's coming and it'll be big.
Aren't there a distinct lack of NFC-enabled phones - just too a quick look at Expansys and there was only a Nokia on the first page of the SIM-free ones.
i got a galaxy s2 on orange then my mrs got one to match a month later. hers has nfc mine doesn't. gutted thinking of dropping it see if the replacement is an nfc one.
dahools
i got a galaxy s2 on orange then my mrs got one to match a month later. hers has nfc mine doesn't. gutted thinking of dropping it see if the replacement is an nfc one.

Ditto

crossy
Aren't there a distinct lack of NFC-enabled phones - just too a quick look at Expansys and there was only a Nokia on the first page of the SIM-free ones.

In the UK, yes, but there's been a big explosion of their use elsewhere. I think with the tech appearing on the Nintendo Wii U and its wide variety of potential applications, security, convenience, commercial, gaming etc as it ends up on a lot of new phones this year it's really going to begin taking off in the UK too.