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Old 11-06-2016, 09:21 PM   #1501
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Didn't bring my wallet to my block downstair 7-11, only my iPhone and when going to pay, I ask to pay by Paywave and the cashier told me "not supported". I told her I thought 7-11 all along support Paywave and even Apple website show support Apple Pay, they don't even have the Paywave terminal, in the end walk back home to take money. Totally no standardization island-wide! Apple website should states "selected stores only" 7-11 as it show that not all support NFC cashless payment. Not only my house downstair 7-11 don't accept Paywave and Apple Pay, Pasir Ris MRT there that outlet also the same. =.="

I have email Apple Pay SG support and 7-11 in regards to this issue.
Interesting. Cause the 7-11 stores I've been to are equipped with the new Nets FlashPay and Visa PayWave combo terminals. Hope every store gets the upgrade soon.

Was at the cafeteria at IKEA Alexander recently. No dice with PayWave. The counters only sported Nets FlashPay and even then, I had to hand over my card for that payment mode.

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Old 11-06-2016, 09:44 PM   #1502
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If exclusive then hard for them to go apple unless maybe later




I wonder what Samsung offered to have CitiBank agree to that kind of deal, as opposed to CitiBank going with both ApplePay and Samsung Pay simultaneously for starters?
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Old 11-06-2016, 09:51 PM   #1503
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I wonder what Samsung offered to have CitiBank agree to that kind of deal, as opposed to CitiBank going with both ApplePay and Samsung Pay simultaneously for starters?
must be someting good ahah
samsung is rich they pay ahhha
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Old 11-06-2016, 09:52 PM   #1504
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http://www.cultofmac.com/432688/appl...-web-payments/

good info to know
soon can make web payment too
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Old 11-06-2016, 11:49 PM   #1505
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Once Android Pay lands in Singapore and all banks lift the $100 cap on Apple Pay/NFC transactions, I don't see a point in using Samsung Pay unless it offers some crazy incentives.
UOB says it's NFC terminals has no cap.
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Didn't bring my wallet to my block downstair 7-11, only my iPhone and when going to pay, I ask to pay by Paywave and the cashier told me "not supported". I told her I thought 7-11 all along support Paywave and even Apple website show support Apple Pay, they don't even have the Paywave terminal, in the end walk back home to take money. Totally no standardization island-wide! Apple website should states "selected stores only" 7-11 as it show that not all support NFC cashless payment. Not only my house downstair 7-11 don't accept Paywave and Apple Pay, Pasir Ris MRT there that outlet also the same. =.="

I have email Apple Pay SG support and 7-11 in regards to this issue.
not Apple's fault imo. If anything, it's the standardization of 7-11 that has issue.
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Old 12-06-2016, 01:26 AM   #1507
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UOB says it's NFC terminals has no cap.
For now, Samsung has the advantage of zero cap if you use the soon-to-be ousted MST tech. Apple Pay is still restricted for certain banks.

Once the banks lift these restrictions, the advantage will be null.
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Didn't bring my wallet to my block downstair 7-11, only my iPhone and when going to pay, I ask to pay by Paywave and the cashier told me "not supported". I told her I thought 7-11 all along support Paywave and even Apple website show support Apple Pay, they don't even have the Paywave terminal, in the end walk back home to take money. Totally no standardization island-wide! Apple website should states "selected stores only" 7-11 as it show that not all support NFC cashless payment. Not only my house downstair 7-11 don't accept Paywave and Apple Pay, Pasir Ris MRT there that outlet also the same. =.="

I have email Apple Pay SG support and 7-11 in regards to this issue.
You should have email 7-11 instead right??
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For now, Samsung has the advantage of zero cap if you use the soon-to-be ousted MST tech. Apple Pay is still restricted for certain banks.

Once the banks lift these restrictions, the advantage will be null.
Its good that when eventually that happens everybody is close to on par, at the moment definitey its advantage samsung.

Wonder hows the contactless penetration outside singapore for people who travel anyone knows? So far i think malaysia maybe has some contactless but also very few, i suppose in countries when eventually they get rolled out that the advantage will still be huge. Eventually consumer wins!

I sort of lost track of the incentives the issuers give for applepay already anybody knows whose promotion still ongoing? When samsungpay launch next week onwards im gonna use all my cards there instead to clock the rebates which im sure will be on par with the current offers on applepay.
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I sort of lost track of the incentives the issuers give for applepay already anybody knows whose promotion still ongoing? When samsungpay launch next week onwards im gonna use all my cards there instead to clock the rebates which im sure will be on par with the current offers on applepay.
Here you go:
https://myapplesingapore.wordpress.c...ay-promotions/
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Old 12-06-2016, 05:46 PM   #1511
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Anyone has try using Apple Pay outside of Singapore on overseas NFC terminals ?

Does those unified POS terminal like the ones u see in NTUC works with Apple Pay
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Wonder hows the contactless penetration outside singapore for people who travel anyone knows? So far i think malaysia maybe has some contactless but also very few, i suppose in countries when eventually they get rolled out that the advantage will still be huge. Eventually consumer wins!
i'm also interested to know if anyone successfully used apple pay overseas?
saw some forumers claimed that some transactions for apple pay samsung pay failed even in singapore (seems like banks really need to enable something in the backend)... so i'm not that confident to use in neighbouring countries until the banks confirmed that singapore's apple pay can be used in other countries that do not support apple pay.
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Old 12-06-2016, 06:28 PM   #1513
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Does those unified POS terminal like the ones u see in NTUC works with Apple Pay
ntuc fairprice is in the official apple pay merchant list. so don't have to worry about the transaction can't go thru.
btw, we have been discussing on using apple pay at ntuc all over this thread, u should read the thread first.

mcd self-service kiosk and counter also using one contactless reader for Visa/Master/NETS/Flashpay... apple pay also works.
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Old 12-06-2016, 07:14 PM   #1514
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check with you guys.

does the last 4 digit of the cc in the payment slip differs from the the physical card?
Is this the norm?

also, can we view the transactions history from apple watch if we pay by apple watch?

lastly, realise that the phone do not consolidate the apple watch transaction too.
is there anyway for us to make it include?

thank you

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Old 12-06-2016, 07:23 PM   #1515
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check with you guys.

does the last 4 digit of the cc in the payment slip differs from the the physical card?
Is this the norm?

also, can we view the transactions history from apple watch if we pay by apple watch?

lastly, realise that the phone do not consolidate the apple watch transaction too.
is there anyway for us to make it include?

thank you
I quote from Pay press release...

Apple Pay will change the way you pay. When you add a credit or debit card with Apple Pay, the actual card numbers are not stored on the device or on Apple servers. Instead, a unique device account number is assigned, encrypted and securely stored in the Secure Element on your iPhone or Apple Watch. Each transaction is authorised with a one-time unique number using your device account number, and instead of using the security code from the back of your card, Apple Pay creates a dynamic security code to securely validate each transaction.
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