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We’ve worked with fast moving consumer goods clients, stores, supermarkets and retail chains from all over Australia to help them with their NFC label requirements. All our labels come in a range of shapes and sizes and can be plain or printed. Our NFC labels are ideal for:-

 

  • Retail security
  • Product protection
  • Smart posters
  • Advertisements
  • Competition entries
  • Access to Wifi connections
  • Plus many other uses

If you’re interested in finding out more about what you can do with NFC labels take a look at some of the following articles on our websites. Using NFC tags for advertising, Increase App downloads by using NFC labels, What's the difference between and NFC and RFID tag? or How NFC is changing the way customers interact with products.  

 

Where to buy NFC stickers?

There’s a few places you can get our NFC Stickers from Easitag and where you order them from will depend on if you would like them for personal or business use.

NFC Stickers for personal use
If you’re looking for NFC stickers for personal use, head over to Easiwayv where you can order an NFC label starter pack for $9.90 plus shipping that gives you everything you need to start programming and setting up your NFC tags.

NFC Stickers for business
If you would prefer to speak with someone about a large order of NFC stickers, please feel free to contact us on 1800 077 375, or pop into our office located at 34 Thompson Street, Bowen Hills, QLD 4006 Australia.

If you would like to order NFC stickers online, you can do this through our store

Bulk NFC Encoding
If you require your NFC stickers to be encoded, we also offer a high speed bulk NFC encoding service.

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