Prototypes of the wristband (above) and keychain, which will be ready for sale by the year end. To make payments, users simply tap them against a card reader. -- PHOTOS: NETS View more photos CUSTOMERS will soon be able to pay for meals or groceries simply by tapping a wristband or keychain against a card reader. The accessories - which may also be used on trains or buses - will mean there is no need to carry around ez-link or Nets FlashPay cards. Read the full story in Tuesday's edition of The Straits Times.