From the ‘art canvas on the wrist’ to the mechanical watch ‘device 51’ made with only 51 parts, to the touch-screen watch ‘intelligent design tracking sports performance anytime, anywhere’ Touch the series Zero One ‘, Swatch always changes people’s living habits with its spirit of innovation.
Now, Swatch joins hands with China UnionPay and Bank of Communications to launch the first payment watch ‘Swatch Bellamy’, leading the new trend of payment!
Both a watch and a bank card!
‘Swatch Bellamy’, it is both a watch and an IC debit card from Bank of Communications. The watch’s built-in chip utilizes innovative NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, which requires no network support and no payment software. It can directly complete payment at millions of POS machines at home and abroad with the UnionPay Quick Pass logo. , China UnionPay recommends merchants including Starbucks, Haagen-Dazs, McDonald’s, Carrefour, and the whole family.
As far as financial functions are concerned, Swatch Bellamy Payment Watches can realize financial functions such as consumption, deposit, cash withdrawal, transfer, online banking and mobile banking.
Five reasons you like it!
Swatch’s first contactless payment watch incorporates innovative NFC (near field communication) technology, allowing consumers to use merchants’ POS terminals with ‘flash payment’ functions to implement instant payment, leading the new payment trend.
You do n’t need any network support when downloading transactions, and you do n’t need to download or use any payment software. In addition, the watch does not need to be charged, and it does not consume the watch’s power at the time of payment. The Swatch standard battery can store electricity for up to two years and it is waterproof to 30 meters.
You can pay with your wrist anytime, anywhere, and you can pay instantly on millions of POS machines at home and abroad with the UnionPay Quick Pass logo. At designated merchants, a single purchase of less than 300 yuan can be exempt from secrets and visas, further speeding up the payment process.
Wearing a Bellamy Payment Watch is like putting a bank card on your wrist, making it more convenient to carry around.
Enjoy paying anytime, anywhere.
It is a 100% Swiss-made Swatch and a Bank of Communications Pacific Debit Card equipped with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology. Through the China UnionPay payment service platform, it realizes a secure and reliable payment experience.
Four premiere, cool and low-key
The first four models listed on the market are simple and neat, using Swatch’s classic original models. There are four colors: black, red, white, and blue. The “tick life” on the white dial is very intriguing. At the same time, the back of the strap is also printed with the logos of the partners China UnionPay and Bank of Communications, implying a secure and reliable cooperation platform as a solid backing.
Swatch Bellamy Pay Watches now open for appointments!
The Swatch Bellamy Pay Watch will be available for pre-orders from now until January 17, 2016, priced at RMB 580.
Path 1: Swatch’s designated stores in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Consumers go directly to the store, register and fill out customer information to complete the appointment process (no need to bring ID and no prepayment). At that time, the store will call the consumer to notify the store to pay the fee and collect the pick-up voucher (by telephone appointment, with the pick-up voucher and the user’s real-name ID to the designated outlet of the Bank of Communications to open the card and collect the watch).
Path 2: Bank of Communications official website www.bankcomm.com → Online application and download → Debit card application → Debit card (payment watch) application.
* Please pay attention to Swatch’s official WeChat and send the word ‘Reservation’ in the dialog box to get detailed information of Swatch designated stores and Bank of Communications designated outlets immediately.
Where does the name ‘Bellamy’ come from?
In the American writer Edward Bellamy’s 1888 novel ‘Review: 2000-1887’, he imagined a utopian world that would replace cash with credit / debit cards in the future. As the first writer to describe such cards, Bellamy was 40 years earlier than everyone else.