Share Your contact information without an additional app or extra steps
Our Tap & Go card is embedded with a state-of-the-art 13.56Mhz NFC 216 chip capable of delivering over 100,000 taps.
Tap & Go cards provide you with a secure one-way transmission of your contact information.
It is not possible to rewrite our Tap & Go NFC chip, therefore adding another layer of mobile security and identity protection.
As the abbreviation ‘NFC’ implies, Near Field Communication is a contactless technology intended for short distances, the next revolution in contact information sharing,
Tap & Go NFC chips are compatible with Apple and Android devices. Best of all, only the information you want to share is what is transmitted to the receiving device.
A Tap & Go Card is comparable to QR codes, only faster and easier.
No more having to call and save numbers, access online portals, text, or email your contact information.
Imagine the time you’ll save in group settings
In addition to your PiiCard link, we also provide you with the industry’s fastest and most powerful & secure NFC-enabled Tap & Go cards made of rigid PVC produced with an additive that makes them biodegradable.
Simply place yourTap & Go device within inches of a designated smartphone and it’s ready to share your contact information securely with the receiving parties with a single tap instantaneously.
Best of all, your contact data is never at risk, sold, or traded.
How can I enable NFC on my phone?
It depends on the model and operating system.
To encode NFC Tap & Go Cards with an Android device, we recommend using one of these free apps:
If you use an iPhone XS or later, you don’t need any specific app to read NFC Tags (such as with an Android device). Instead, if you use an iPhone 7, 8, or X, you need to install and open an application to read NFC Tags. We recommend NiFC by NXP it’s free and compatible with iOS 11+.
The one-time set-up and customization fee includes free access to the A.I. staffing for one year.
Customization service fees are non-refundable.
The digital nature of the services and the immediacy of the benefits make any possibility for a refund commercially impractical.