The Microsoft Wallet app was officially retired on Feb. 28, 2019
Credit card convenience, without the card
With Microsoft Wallet, you simply tap your phone on a contactless payment terminal and your default credit or debit card is charged. Starting on Feb. 28, 2019, you’ll no longer be able to make new transactions with the app.
Freedom to pay at over a million places
Use your Microsoft Wallet with the credit and debit cards from Visa and MasterCard that you already have.1 Starting on Feb. 28, 2019, the Microsoft Wallet app will be officially retired.
Works with the top banks
Count on Microsoft Wallet to work with cards from many major banks.2
What you need
Make sure you have a compatible phone—such as Microsoft Lumia 650, 650 Dual SIM, 950 or 950 XL—running Windows 10 and the Microsoft Wallet app. Starting on Feb. 28, 2019, The Microsoft Wallet app will be officially retired.
Using Microsoft Wallet for contactless payments requires a supported Windows phone running Windows 10 and the Microsoft Wallet app, a supported credit or debit card that has been enrolled and linked to your Microsoft account, and a retailer that supports and has enabled contactless payments.
1 Contact the card issuer to determine your card’s eligibility. Some banks may not support all card types.
2 Launch dates for each bank will be posted when available.