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  • What is NFC?
    NFC stands for "near-field communication". It is the technology used by Apple and Google Pay. It can be used in a variety of ways and is gaining momentum in marketing. The NFC chip is activated when you hold your phone within 4cm of where the chip is located.
  • What type of NFC chips do you use?
    We use high-quality NFC chips from reputable manufacturers, such as NXP and STMicroelectronics.
  • Do you offer NFC encoding services?
    Yes, we offer NFC encoding services at no additional cost to you. We can program your NFC stickers with any type of data, such as URLs, text, or contact information. If you need any information changed, please visit our Contact page and submit your request.
  • Do you offer discounts for bulk orders?
    Yes, we offer discounts for bulk orders. For business cards, we offer a 15% discount for any purchase greater than 5 business cards. For stickers, you can view our price based on the quantity of your order on the product page where you place your order.
  • What phones are compatible with NFC?
    Apple: iPhone 7 or later Google: Any phone 2015 or later Huawei: Any phone 2015 or later LG: Any phone 2015 or later Samsung: Any phone 2015 or later Sony: Any phone 2015 or later All other phones from 2015 on should be compatible. If you are unsure if your phone is NFC-compatible, please contact us or check this list of all compatible phones here
  • Why is my card not working with my iPhone?
    iPhones older than Xs need to have NFC enabled (6s and older don't work at all) - See tutorial video to see how (below) Issues that would prevent an iPhone X or newer to work - iPhone is in airplane mode - The flashlight is on - iPhone screen is off - The camera is open Make sure to hold the card on the very top of the back of the iPhone - It may take a few seconds for your phone to recognize it For metal cards specifically - Only the backside is able to scan - Demonstrated in the tutorial video
  • Why is my card not working on my Android?
    Ensure that the Android is NFC capable - Listed in our "What phones are compatible with NFC?" FAQ Make sure NFC is turned in the phone settings - go to phone settings and search for NFC. Make sure that "NFC" is turned on. Make sure to hold the card to the very center of the back of the Android - It may take a few seconds for your phone to recognize it For metal cards specifically - Only the backside is able to scan - Demonstrated in the tutorial video
  • What services does Bond Branding provide?
    Our services include making physical products through laser engraving business cards or printing stickers. We provide NFC business cards and NFC stickers to help businesses and individuals reach and captivate their audience. We also provide encoding of your products at no additional cost.
  • What are NFC stickers?
    NFC stickers are small adhesive tags that contain a microchip with Near Field Communication technology. They can be programmed to perform various actions when tapped with an NFC-enabled device, such as a smartphone.
  • What can I use NFC stickers for?
    NFC stickers can be used for a variety of purposes, such as contactless payments, access control, marketing campaigns, and product authentication.
  • Can I customize my NFC stickers?
    Yes, we offer custom NFC stickers that can be personalized with your own design, logo, or message.
  • How do NFC stickers work?
    NFC (Near Field Communication) stickers are small, self-adhesive labels that can be placed on any flat surface. They contain a microchip and an antenna that enable communication with an NFC-enabled device, such as a smartphone or tablet. We link the tags to our backend site that feeds to whatever information you would like linked to your stickers. We track every time our NFC stickers are tapped in order to know how a campaign for your company is performing.
  • What is the turnaround time for custom NFC stickers?
    The turnaround time for your custom NFC stickers depends on the quantity and complexity of your order. We will provide you with an estimated delivery date when you place your order.
  • Can I test my NFC stickers before placing a large order?
    Yes, we offer sample packs of our NFC stickers so you can test them before placing a larger order. Contact us for more information.
  • What are NFC business cards?
    NFC business cards are business cards that have a Near Field Communication (NFC) chip embedded in them. This chip allows for contactless communication between the card and a smartphone or other NFC-enabled device.
  • What types of information can be stored on an NFC business card?
    An NFC business card can store a variety of information, including contact information, website links, social media profiles, and more. You can customize the information that is stored on your card to meet your needs.
  • How do I use an NFC business card?
    To use an NFC business card, simply hold your smartphone or other NFC-enabled device near the card. Your device will automatically detect the NFC chip and prompt you to take action, such as opening a website or saving contact information. For Apple, the NFC reader is on both the front and back at the top of the phone where the camera is located. For Android, the NFC reader is in the middle on the back of the phone.
  • What are the benefits of using NFC business cards?
    NFC business cards offer several benefits, including the ability to easily share contact information, the ability to track interactions with the card, and the ability to customize the information that is shared.
  • Can I customize the design of my NFC business card?
    Yes, you can customize the design of your NFC business card to include your logo, contact information, and other branding elements. Our team can work with you to create a design that meets your needs.
  • How do I update the information on my NFC business card?
    Bond Branding takes care of all business card information. If you would like us to change anything on your NFC business card, please email

Do you have further questions? Feel free to send us a message and we will get back to you.

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