Australian NFC Tag Supplier – Easitag

NFC Tags are quickly gaining traction in the Australian market and you want to ensure that you have a supplier that can distribute NFC tags quickly, efficiently and at a reasonable cost.

Easitag provides NFC tags to many businesses, large and small across Australia. We have a large amount of NFC tags in stock now and available. You can purchase using the shopping cart below or call us on 1800 077 375.

Buy NFC Tags Online

Our online NFC Store makes it easy and convenient to stay connected with the latest technology surrounding NFC tags and their implementation. Bulk ordering is as easy as calling us on 1800 077 375 and if you require less than 200 labels you can easily buy online.

The frequency of our NFC labels and tags is 13.56MHz

Purchasing more than 200 NFC labels

Please note if you require more than 200 labels please call us to place your order as we can give you discounted pricing on bulk orders of labels.

Visit our office

If you would like to talk to someone in person please feel free to visit us in our office located at 34 Thompson Street, Bowen Hills, QLD 4006 Australia where one of our NFC experts will be more than happy to give you a demonstration of our NFC tags and their capabilities.

NFC Store

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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