How to make a NFC business card for 40p

Introduction

In today’s fast-paced digital world, making a lasting impression is crucial. An NFC business card offers a modern twist on traditional business cards, allowing you to share your contact information with just a tap. Here’s how you can create your very own NFC business card for as little as 40p. There are different types of NFC card types so before ordering the card, know which type is suitable for your needs:

  • NTAG213: Suitable for simple use cases like basic contact sharing, URL linking, and small data applications.
  • NTAG215: Ideal for moderate data needs and specific use cases like Amiibo creation.
  • NTAG216: Best for applications needing extensive data storage and enhanced security features.

What You Will Need

  1. NFC Tags: Purchase NTAG NFC tags online. I have had great success buying from eBay from ZipNFC You can find NTAG cards for as low as 40p per tag if bought in bulk. 
  2. A Smartphone with NFC Capability: Ensure your phone can read and write NFC tags. 
  3. NFC Writing App: Download a free NFC writing app. The app that I will be using is called: NFC Tagwriter by NXP. Download from the iPhone App Store or Google Play Store depending on your device.

Step 1

In today’s fast-paced digital world, making a lasting impression is crucial. An NFC business card offers a modern twist on traditional business cards, allowing you to share your contact information with just a tap. Here’s how you can create your very own NFC business card for as little as 40p.

Step 2

In today’s fast-paced digital world, making a lasting impression is crucial. An NFC business card offers a modern twist on traditional business cards, allowing you to share your contact information with just a tap. Here’s how you can create your very own NFC business card for as little as 40p.

Step 2

Step 3: Scan the card on the back of your phone after opening the app.

Step 2

Ever wondered how to make a reusable business card on the cheap? We all know that people are less likely to use your business card and forget about it so this nfc option is good as it saves you from printing hundreds of cards and not knowing the effect on it.

 

 

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