These are how the terminals are at my local Basha's, a local grocery store. NFC is enabled, but no normal person can tell. I held my iPhone up to this screen, and the terminal beeped, transaction processed and everything went through fine. The clerk manning the self checkout said that most people know the circles on the screen mean you can tap your phone. That is definitely not the "international NFC sign" that we are used to. Any other stores where they're sneaky like this? Maybe it was just lazy programming not wanting to say "Swipe or Tap" Also, this is how it is at most places I go to with NFC, the only place I've actially seen that sideways wifi logo is at Walgreens. This kind of thing worries me because most people do not know the store takes NFC, looking at this terminal, to the untrained eye, they won't even try it, to them it's just circles on a screen! Things like this is why NFC won't gain traction. The store takes it but most won't even know thanks to this lazy programming. How hard would it have been to put the logo there or maybe even "Slide or Tap" Apple Pay works fine at this store and great actually. I talked to the manager about this, and they said this is how their POS System provider programmed the machines and that it would cost too much money to "reword the screen" to exclaim they can tap as well. So you're telling me you have money to install all these nice new NFC terminals, that take both EMV Chip & PIN, and NFC, and they are all enabled, which I am happy about, unlike CVS, but it costs a lot more to re-word the wording on the screen? At least put a sticker on the terminal that shows you take NFC then! I am happy they take NFC payments unlike CVS, but honestly, how many of you here would know that the circles on the screen means that they take NFC?