Tag: TfL

Transport for London (TfL) will be making MFA a mandatory requirement

London’s TfL have emailed all its customers to inform them that in early 2023, it’ll be making Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) a mandatory requirement for its online accounts used for TfL Oyster and contactless. The accounts are used to manage the contactless cards on file and then subsequently view the journeys made, the tap-in and tap-out times and how much that journey cost too. Starting in early 2023, TfL will be […]

London TfL: Oyster Card vs Contactless

When it comes to public transport systems, the Transport for London (TfL) is pretty much the gold standard, the main reason for that it because it is government run and not a bunch of privatised companies, which is pretty much the case foe the rest of the country. The main benefit of TfL is the consistency across the network, whether that be buses, boats, cable cars, trains and the famous […]

EE and Vodafone to bring 4G network to six London Underground stations

EE and Vodafone have announced this month that they will both be extending their 4G networks to cover the London Underground, with an initial rollout of six stations to start with, including Holland Park, Notting Hill Gate, Queensway, Archway, Tufnell Park and Kentish Town. Both EE and Vodafone have confirmed that services have now gone live in all of these stations in the middle of last week. Both companies will […]

Apple Pay coming to the UK, TfL and more to accept

Apple Pay is coming to the UK in July and a selection of retailers will be accepting the payment method including Marks and Spencer and McDonalds. Apple Pay has been in North America since October on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the Apple Watch. In the US, stores such as Walgreens etc. The payment service will be launched sometime in July this year as Apple didn’t […]