Video: How to Use Your Phone Instead of a Card at the ATM

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A slightly quicker way to get cash.

Bank of America wants you to say goodbye to your wallet. Instead, the bank wants customers to use their smartphone to withdraw cash.

Customers have to already have in place a digital wallet like those offered by Android, Apple and Samsung. The cash withdrawal feature would only be accessible though fingerprints, and customers would still need to enter their PIN. Thankfully, the technology will even work without cellular connectivity, so you won't be left cashless if you're stuck in a dead zone.

Five thousand machines around the country will have the feature by the end of 2016.

To learn more, check out the video below from CNET