More articles The CDlu, which is a new credit card that accepts debit and credit cards, will be available in all major UK cities on March 14, with some restrictions and fees.
The credit card will be issued by a UK bank and can be used to buy items such as alcohol, electronics, household goods and travel insurance.
It will also allow people to pay bills on the go, although they will have to buy the card and return it at the end of the month.
It is the first credit card issued by British banks, and is a sign of how the UK is slowly turning to a more technology-led economy.
As part of its push to encourage people to buy digital goods, the Bank of England is planning to roll out a pilot of a new service that will allow UK citizens to pay for things online.
“We know that digital payments are increasingly popular and are increasingly used for buying and sharing goods and services,” said BDO chief executive Stephen Hester.
“The new digital card is a significant step towards helping people buy digital purchases without ever having to touch a machine or touch their card.”
The new service will allow people in the UK to pay with a debit card in any store that accepts credit cards.
It is expected to be launched in March.
The move comes after British banks began to issue digital debit cards last year.
The move is part of a wider push by banks to allow people who are living abroad to use their cards and use their accounts abroad.
Banks are now taking a wider view of digital payments as a way to increase customer loyalty.
In the UK, people who use digital services such as mobile phone apps and online shopping can use their card to pay at any of the UK’s more than 2,500 shops, restaurants and other retailers, such as supermarkets and shops.
Other countries around the world have followed suit and are now offering digital cards to customers.
Last week, the US announced it was rolling out a new payment option to its digital payment network.
The card will allow customers to pay using their phone, tablet or computer using their bank’s mobile or online card.
Earlier this month, the Chinese government rolled out a digital card that allows people to use it to pay by credit card at any bank.
Meanwhile, in Japan, a country with one of the world’s largest digital payments networks, the country’s central bank announced it would be offering a digital debit card to customers to make online purchases.