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Your Leading NFC Manufacturer in China

With a one-year product guarantee and a lifetime of maintenance, providing you Customized, High Quality, and Waterproof NFC Cards.

High-Quality & Cost-Effective NFC Cards by MoreRFID

MoreRFID holds an excellent reputation in the industry as one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of NFC Cards. Established in 2008, we reserve an experience of over a decade. The primary services of the company include RFD and NFC Product manufacturing.

We produce NFC Cards of almost all formats and designs, with a significant number of technologies available for integration. All our NFC Cards come with one-year warranty and maintenance services.

NFC Business Cards

Allow users to share whatever data they want with NFC-enabled devices.

NFC ID Cards

Include a chip that stores the basic information of any person.

NFC Access Cards

Offer an efficient way for any organization that uses access control systems.

NFC Blank Cards

Blank PVC or metal cards with NFC chips. They can be customed by your design.

NFC Membership Cards

Enable more prominent organizations to register clients and resume the transactions.

NFC Proximity Cards

Proximity cards are contactless NFC cards that can only be read when the reader is in the radius.

Your Professional NFC Cards Manufacturer in China

MoreRFID is very well known in the domestic and international market as one offering the most economical prices for NFC Cards. Every product of ours goes through a strict quality inspection. We hold a manufacturing certificate from ISO.

MoreRFID assures you of the perfect craftsmanship of all our products and offers a one-year warranty of NFC Cards maintenance. With our advanced German printing technology and card cutting technology, we can meet your needs for NFC card color, pattern, size, and shape.

Our highly skilled design teams provide free design services for your customized Cards. We provide you one-stop service to save your time.

With absolutely no sample charges, MoreRFID offers free samples before you place your bulk order. We also offer door-to-door delivery and also take responsibility for clearing customs for you.

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Every Step Is Governed By ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

Quality is life. As a professional manufacturer of smart cards, Every MoreRFID product is produced with strict quality control processes, 100% QC and every step is governed by ISO 9001:2008 certificate, just contact us for a quick quote today!

Strict Quality Control Processes To Keep The Color Difference, Free Sample To The World.

  • Factory Direct Supply NFC Cards
  • Customized Card Size and Shape
  • Fabulous Printing and Craft
  • Custom Chip Silk Screen Logo Printing


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Smart Card Specification

Card type

Full color plastic card, RFID card/smart card

/contact IC card/magstrip card/ID card


PVC/ PAPER/ ABS/ PET/ Metal/ Plastic/

PEC/ Epoxy/ Silicone


85.5mm * 54mm (ISO CR-80 Standard)

(Also be customized depending on your requirement)


ISO standard: 0.76mm

RFID card standard: 0.86mm

Contact IC card Standard: 0.81mm

0.3mm~1.8mm according to your request

Minimum QTY100pcs

Available RFID Chip

StandardsISO7815,ISO1443A/ 15693,ISO18000-6C/ 18000-6B
Chips and



MIFARE Classic® S50

MIFARE Classic® S70



MIFARE Ultralight®

ISO15693I-Code® 2/SLI
UHF(860-960Mhz)ISO18000-6CAlien H2/H3,Impinj, U CODE G2

 Personalized Options

Card`s Personalized Options

Are you planning to buy the premium quality NFC business card? Look no further than MoreRFID Smart Technologies.

We, at MoreRFID, are one of the leading RFID & NFC products manufacturers located in China. We specialize in selling premium quality NFC business cards and that too at affordable prices. All the NFC business cards sold by us have undergone strict quality control process and ISO 9001:2008 certified quality guaranteed.

We take pride to announce that we have become one of the most trusted RFID and NFC products manufacturers throughout the China.

Why Choose MoreRFID NFC Cards?

  • Factory Direct Supply NFC Cards
  • Customized Card Size and Shape
  • Fabulous Printing and Craft
  • Custom Chip Silk Screen Logo Printing

For NFC Cards (Near Field Communication) that operate at the frequency of 13.56MHz, you can choose from different kinds of NFC chips. As a contactless card, it is a near-field communication encryption card with a read and writes distance within 10 cm.

We provide a wide range of NFC cards with high-security DES, and 3DES encryption technology, maximizing the data protection potential of the NFC smart cards.

Our experience and expertise have earned us a global presence and the ability to meet our customers’ requirements for all of our products.

MoreRFID is a brand you can count on to provide the best-quality NFC cards, we believe we can help your business run more smoothly and save you time and money. Our NFC Business Cards come with a one year warranty and lifetime maintenance.

Use MoreRFID NFC cards as

  • NFC business cards
  • NFC ID cards
  • NFC access cards
  • NFC visiting cards
  • NFC proximity cards
  • NFC membership cards

Our NFC business card works efficiently with NFC-compatible phones. Whether you have Android, Windows or Blackberry phone, our NFC chips work well with all the above NFC compatible phones.

NFC Business Cards Designed for You!

We also offer customized NFC cards shaped as per your choice. We accept custom size, shape & design options, we have a high-tech printing machine to create the exact colors you choose. All you have to do is send us your preferred card design and we will create it for you in most instances!

 Check out design ideas?

If you are an amateur in designing business cards, don’t worry, we are here to help you. Explore our gallery section to have an idea about business card designs. We can customize the design, logo, image etc. as per your choice.

We offer complete customization options at competitive prices. We thrive to satisfy each and every customer’s requirement.

Worried about our prices? Relax, we are affordable. Contact us to request a free sample.

Still have queries, feel free to write us at or call us at 86-1885-9275-056 or can also fill an online form to submit any message or query.

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  • PVC/Plastic Cards

    Plastic cards are used in many ways, like business cards, gift cards membership cards, security cards, ID cards, etc.

  • Metal business card

    Precious metals – copper and 18K, or 24K gold for surface processing. Multi-channel traditional crafts, and modern advanced technology.

  • RFID wristband

    Use RFID technology. The RFID wristbands are crafted for the male, female as well as for kids.

  • RFID tags

    Like passive RFID, semi-passive, and active RFID Tags. They can also be divided into LF(125khz), HF(13.56 MHz), UHF RFID Tags.

  • RFID Inlay

    RFID inlays include RFID Wet Inlay, RFID Dry Inlay, and RFID Label.

  • RFID reader

    The readers include contact, contactless, IC cardID card, high frequency, ultra-high frequency, low-frequency reader.

  • Magnetic cards

    Using magnetic characters and record digital information used for identity verification and other purposes.

  • Smart key fobs

    Smart key fobs are the chips and coil enclosed in a keychain, also called RFID key fobs, NFC key fobs.

  • NFC Wristbands

    Use NFC technology. NFC wristbands are also called NFC bracelets.

MoreRFID NFC Cards

In case you are looking for a reputable NFC Cards manufacturer, our statics prove to you that we are the foremost choice!

Our NFC –Near Field Communication Cards can be used for a variety of purposes. They are ranging from basic ID Cards to VIP Cards. It enables electronic devices to communicate. We also produce contactless NFC Cards with a range of different frequencies.

MoreRFID also customizes products that include DES and SDES encryption technology for security and much more. Our infused German technology and pieces of machinery enable us high-end Printing and Crafting skills and Custom Chip Silk Screen Logo Printing.
You can contact us to get your high-quality customized NFC cards.

Your NFC Card Types and Customization

We produce NFC business cards, NFC ID cards, NFC access cards, NFC visiting cards, NFC proximity cards, and NFC membership cards.

NFC Cards – An Ultimate FAQs Guide

Do you think keeping cash in hand all the time is not safe?

Do you find it difficult to hold and care for the wallet while driving, in markets, or office?

We have the ultimate solution for you. You can purchase whatever you want with just one click – thanks to the NFC technology.

Let’s read further to find out more about us and NFC cards.

For queries and concerns, feel free to contact us through a call or email whenever you want, and we’ll get back to you shortly.

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What is an NFC Card?

Near-field communication is an abbreviated term for NFC. It’s a wireless communication protocol that allows devices to connect with each other from a short distance.

NFC cards can be used as digital ID cards and key cards.  They’re used in contactless payment methods, and they let you pay with your phone instead of or in addition to credit cards and electronic transaction smart cards.

NFC is a modern, higher-frequency variant of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) that includes cards as well as readers. NFC can be used to transfer small files like contacts, as well as to create quick networks for transmitting larger media like images, videos, and other files.

How Many Types of NFC Cards are There?

Even though NFC is a subset of RFID technology, there are several various kinds of NFC tags/inlays to select from depending on your solution requirements.

However, this can be a tiring process to find the right kind of NFC cards. Hence, MoreRFID is here to save you from all the hassle and provide you with the best NFC cards in the market!

I. NFC Business Cards

NFC Business cards allow users to share whatever data they want with NFC-enabled cell phones and other devices. When the card is approached by an NFC compatible handset, a tiny microchip inserted in the card instructs the device what to do.

Your NFC business cards from MoreRFID are always up to date. And after the card has been distributed, you can monitor what data people can get out of it.

II. NFC ID Cards

The most generic type is NFC ID cards that include a chip that stores the user’s name, address, phone number, and email address – basically, their entire digital contact record.

When a worker needs to give someone his contact details, all they have to do is tap their NFC-enabled phone against their NFC ID card! The contact details from the NFC ID card are automatically transmitted to the device.

III. NFC Access Cards

The NFC access card is usually used in workforce door entry systems to monitor access. In this case, NFC access cards are typically used as identification badges for employees on a very fundamental level or as hotel key cards. They offer an efficient way for any organization that uses access control systems.

The RFID reader decodes the specific stored data generated by the accompanying NFC access card and sends signals to its host software, which allows or refuses the user access.

IV. NFC Visiting Cards

NFC visiting cards (such as a VIP guest card) are a good opportunity to interact at events or trade shows in an easy, new, and quick way. Your contact information is transmitted and saved in the contacts by just holding the visiting card to an NFC-enabled device.

V. NFC Proximity Cards

Proximity cards are contactless cards that can only be read when the recipient/reader is in near proximity. Ticketing, verification, authorization, billing, security systems, and other uses for proximity cards are common.

For example, in public transportation, NFC proximity cards are used for contactless automatic fare collection. The proximity cards from MoreRFID are super-efficient and feasible and will serve all your needs effectively!

VI. NFC Membership Cards

Organizations may find NFC membership cards to be pretty helpful because they’re not just to make consumers feel more connected, but they also serve as a means to efficiently monitor and recognize users at the point of contact.

We have NFC packages for organizations to use as their internal membership card procedures in accordance with ‘ERP Contacts.

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What is the Purpose of the NFC Card?

There are multiple purposes of MoreRFID’s NFC cards these days, such as:

I. Contactless Payments

The most popular purpose of NFC cards from MoreRFID these days is the contactless payment method. Many modern credit and debit cards have an NFC tag, which allows you to simply keep your card above a payment terminal instead of having to swipe or insert it.

II. Interacting with Products

RFID has long been used to monitor inventory in warehouses and supermarkets. The RFID tag on a product, however, is disconnected once it exits the shop.

NFC tags from MoreRFID are now included on several items, allowing for more contact after you leave the shop. Amiibo figures from Nintendo are perhaps the most well-known current example of this.

III. Data Transfer

NFC, unlike RFID, allows for two-way contact between the reader and the card. If you press two devices to close, certain gadgets will use NFC to move data such as contacts or images. The NFC cards from MoreRFID are indeed the best quality cards to transfer data quickly and securely.

IV. Smart Devices

NFC cards can also be programmed to monitor various smart devices in your home. You may have a tag that turns on or off a smart lamp or one that controls the thermostat. NFC cards from MoreRFID provide you all these services on one platform.

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How Do NFC Cards Work?

NFC is a development of radio frequency identification (RFID) design, which is used in anything from store anti-theft tags to pet tracking cards.

NFC cards from MoreRFID can store information – such as how much money is left on your travel card – that will then be scanned by an NFC reader through electromagnetic radio waves. These areas enable communication over a small distance of just a few centimeters.

The NFC chips, which are now popular in transit or travel cards, can be accessed by an NFC reader, such as those you see at retail cashiers or in the entrances to public transportation systems. NFC links are built over a secured network that encrypts files as it moves from card to reader to ensure data security.

What is NFC Wireless Technology?

NFC is a standards-based wireless communication technology that allows for safe two-way communications between electronic devices over short distances. Communication is built in a straightforward manner, with no user installation required, as is the case with many other wireless technologies.

As a result, by pressing two devices nearby, users can conduct contactless transactions, access digital media, and link digital equipment. Our Near field communication (NFC) cards allow for contactless interaction up to 4 or 5 centimeters away.

What is the Material Used for Manufacturing NFC Card?

The basic material used for manufacturing NFC cards at MoreRFID is PVC/ PAPER/ ABS/ PET/ Metal/ Plastic/ PEC/ Epoxy/ Silicone.

Antennas for RFID and NFC cards are made from a variety of conductive materials. Aluminum is currently our most popular element. However, copper, graphene, and conductive inks have also been used.

What is a PVC NFC Card?

PVC stands for polyvinyl chloride, a low-cost plastic that is used to make regular ID cards. For most printing needs, it is the widely used ID card element. If you have a dye-sublimation ID card printer, using PVC NFC cards from MoreRFID for your identity requirements will deliver the best performance and excellent results.

MoreRFID has a wide collection of PVC cards to select from. Printed PVC cards, cards of various thicknesses, adhesive-backed PVC cards, and PVC cards with magnetic stripes are all available. You’ll undoubtedly find something that suits your needs.

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How to Program an NFC Card?

It is not necessary to have any specialist training in order to obtain an NFC tag and program it. You can program an NFC tag to perform your defined processes if you understand how to use an application on your Android device.

Programming an NFC tag entails inputting the actions you expect your tag to execute. This is accomplished by the use of a free app available on the Google Play Store that can be downloaded and installed on your smartphone.

  • The first thing you’ll have to do is turn on NFC on your system. To do so, go to the Settings app, choose Connection preferences, and then switch the NFC option to ON.
  • When NFC is activated, open the Google Play Store on your smartphone and check for an app called Trigger, which you have to install.
  • Startup the freshly installed app. You first must generate a new trigger when it activates by clicking the + (plus) sign available on the homepage of the app.
  • The choices through which you can build triggers can be found on the following page. The choice you’ll want to go with is NFC, which enables you to perform an operation when an NFC tag is clicked.
  • To keep programming your card after pressing NFC, go to the next screen by clicking Next.
  • The following screen allows you to apply limitations to your NFC card. Now you can specify the conditions under which your card can run. When you’ve finished specifying the choices, tap Done.
  • The NFC trigger is now ready to use. You’ll need to apply an action to it now so that when it’s pressed, it does what you want. To finish, tap Next.
  • You’ll find different acts you can apply to your card for it to execute. We’ll use the Bluetooth switch feature, for instance, to turn Bluetooth on and off when the trigger is pressed. Once you’re done, click Next.
  • On the next page, you can additionally configure the action. We’ll pick a switch from the menu bar and then Add to Task because we have to switch Bluetooth.
  • All of the actions you’ve put on the list are now visible. You can add more acts to your list by clicking the + (plus) sign at the end. That’ll make your NFC card perform more than one action at a time.
  • Then press Next to proceed. On the next page, select Done.
  • The key component, where you simply write the data to your name, begins now. Place your NFC tag in close proximity to the NFC site (usually near the rear camera), and the app will add your acts to your tag automatically.
  • When the card is correctly programmed, you will receive a success message.

When you press your device to your NFC card, it will now carry out the pre-programmed actions on your system. Get the best NFC cards from MoreRFID now and program your devices for it according to whatever way you want!

What are Metal NFC Cards?

Metal NFC cards are available at MoreRFID for any use. The “Metal NFC Cards” is the first item on our list. They have a metal core with both sides covered in metal. Payments can be generated from both sides of the transaction.

Interestingly, the metal NFC card is noticeable on the outside. When placed on a table, the card appears unique rather than regular, not like an ordinary PVC card. They are 14 grams in weight (regular metal cards weigh 5 grams). The metal NFC cards we offer have quite an exclusive metal sound, and the metal is visible on the edge.

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What is the Difference Between NFC and RFID Cards?

NFC is a modified version of RFID card technology that uses radio waves to uniquely identify objects. RFID stands for radio frequency identification. NFC is a subset of High-Frequency (HF) RFID, and both use the same frequency of 13.56 MHz.

NFC is intended to be a secure method of data interchange, and an NFC device can function as both a reader and a tag.

RFID is a one-way communication, whereas NFC is a fit of two-way communication as well, allowing for more diverse and safe encounters. Unlike RFID, NFC is limited to high-frequency (HF) contact at near ranges of up to 10 centimeters.

What is the Difference Between NFC Card and Bluetooth?

Both NFC and Bluetooth are wireless communication mechanisms that are somewhat different and serve different functions. NFC is awesome for transmitting small amounts of data over a really small range and is used mostly for wireless transactions and access cards.

On the other hand, Bluetooth allows for a far more extensive area of communications, and gadgets such as cell phones, speakers, and headphones typically utilize it.

NFC has a short range of about 20cm when Bluetooth devices usually connect over ranges of 5–10 meters. Unlike Bluetooth, the quantity of data that can be transmitted to and from the device’s NFC system is restricted and strictly regulated.


What are the Advantages of NFC Cards?

There are various amazing advantages of NFC cards for you. Few are mentioned below:

  • Users can make instant payments with their mobile devices using NFC. With only a few clicks, you can complete payment using a mobile wallet, such as those provided by Google or Apple.
  • NFC can also be used as a payment portal for mobile banking, restaurant reservations, train or movie ticket booking, real-time spending alerts, and redemption of rewards and discounts, among other things. Isn’t that just amazing!
  • NFC card is also advantageous to businesses because it demonstrates a diverse and forward-thinking approach. Clients are best served by using simple, hassle-free technology, which boosts brand image and efficiency.
  • Due to NFC’s specialized encryption, it can be used by organizations to scan or accept student or worker IDs.
  • The IDs may also be utilized to communicate with items in a work environment, exchanging real-time data with other users or devices in certain situations.

You can even ask for a free sample for a test before actually purchasing your NFC cards from MoreRFID. Feel free to get in touch with us.

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What Are the Specifications of NFC Cards?


                      NFC CARDS SPECIFICATION


        Card Type

Full colour plastic card, RFID card/smart card

/contact IC card/magstrip card/ID card



PVC/ PAPER/ ABS/ PET/ Metal/ Plastic/

PEC/ Epoxy/ Silicone



85.5mm * 54mm (ISO CR-80 Standard)

(Also be customized depending on your requirement)



ISO standard: 0.76mm

RFID card standard: 0.86mm

Contact IC card Standard: 0.81mm

0.3mm~1.8mm according to your request


       Minimum QTY



What is the Price of an NFC Card?

The price of the NFC cards at MoreRFID varies according to their designs and styles. The price range isUS$0.10-US$0.30. It also depends on how many NFC cards you’re buying together from our store.

Can I Use My Phone As an NFC Card?

It is possible to transform an Android device into an NFC Card. Card Emulation is the term for this type of behavior. Emulation of cards may be either host-based (HCE) or secure-element-based (SEE) (CE). In HCE, the reader is responded to by a program server on the main Android processor.

Who is the Best NFC Card Manufacturer?

MoreRFID is a prosperous semiconductor company that specializes in RFID transponders, Smart Cards, NFC Cards, chip cards, metal cards, RFID readers, RFID tags, Smart keyfobs, RFID wristbands, RFID inlays, and terminals.

Access management and monitoring, automatic fare collection and object recognition, secure ID and payments for eGovernment, secure authentication, and other applications are among the purposes for which the company’s products are used.

If you’re looking for the best quality NFC cards in the market, then MoreRFID is the best place for you to get one from. We exhibit a range of NFC card types with different sizes, forms, materials, print crafts, and chips that are all tailored to your specifications.

You can range from low-frequency to ultra-high-frequency chips, as well as original or modified chips. The NFC card manufacture at MoreRFID is exclusive and extremely delicate to provide you with the best of best in the market.

We are able to adapt to all of our clients’ demands because we do not have a minimum order limit. We provide on-time delivery long with OEM services and one year warranty! The NFC card price at MoreRFID is cost-effective. Hence when buying NFC cards, PVC NFC cards, Metal PVC cards or etc., MoreRFID should definitely be your foremost choice!

Can I Print on My NFC Card?

Yes, you can, of course, print on your NFC card very easily, but why worry about the hassle when MoreRFID is right here for you to gladly serve all your demands.

We’ve been dealing with printed plastic cards since 2006, and we’ll give you expert advice on making your NFC card the best of all. We’ve got 100% new plastic content to guarantee printing efficiency with certification ISO9001 and EN71.

With our world-class Heidelberg offset printing machine from Germany, we can achieve the perfect color you desire. With our fully automatic pouching devices, we can deliver right in time. We provide printing of a clear barcode, a QR code, a different name, and a number, with double-sided laminated or preventative film and colors that last longer.

You can also customize your NFC card according to your taste and desire at MoreRFID by choosing different card designs and styles from our MoreRFID Card’s Craft section.

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What is NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF)?

The NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF) is a standardized data format for exchanging data between any eligible NFC device and another compliant NFC machine or tag. NDEF Messages and NDEF Records make up the data format. The NDEF format is used to preserve and share data such as URIs, plain text, and other types of data in a standardized manner.

NFC NDEF was created with the goal of having a convenient yet efficient format that can be used by both active and passive NFC systems. As a result, it can be used for any type of NFC communication.

Since NDEF is a compact format, it adds little to the processing of messages, allowing for low data rates and, therefore, power savings – a critical necessity for NFC. MoreRFID should be your first choice when looking for an NFC NFEF card!

How do I Format NFC Card?

Windows Phone 8.1 introduced aids for auto-formatting NFC tags. If you send a message to an unformatted tag, the system actually formats the tag before composing the text. There is no need for more communication since this is all done automatically.

You may write some kind of note to the tag once you’ve written a blank note. You may also choose to have the application compose a blank note first to format tags in the app’s settings. If you want to compose a large number of tags, this is a good option.

What is Card Emulation Mode in NFC?

In Card Emulation mode, an external reader sees the NFC system as if it were a standard contactless smart card. This allows NFC devices to make contactless transactions and tickets without requiring any changes to the current network. An NFC system that is in Card-emulation mode acts like a contactless smart card. The cell phone does not produce its own RF field in this phase; instead, the NFC reader does.

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