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Old 16-10-2017, 09:59 AM   #2326
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since it work via long range rfid, then Apple Pay will be out. in fact most of the current cards will be out.
credit/debit/apple/samsung/androidpay/handsfree all won't be out.
they are all under Account-Based Ticketing (ABT) which means u can register any card linked to your account then use it.
if don't like account based still can use ezlink/flashpay which are prepaid options.
they are giving more choices to commuters, not changing the system.

i prefer to use apple watch more than handsfree. handsfree u can't control but watch u can control when u want to tap in/out.
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Old 16-10-2017, 11:16 AM   #2327
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Since last week, I'm using my apple watch to make payment, but I notice when I check the wallet in my iphone, I don't see the transactions history. Any idea how to see the transactions history in apple watch?
So sorry, if the question already answered before.
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Old 16-10-2017, 11:41 AM   #2328
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Since last week, I'm using my apple watch to make payment, but I notice when I check the wallet in my iphone, I don't see the transactions history. Any idea how to see the transactions history in apple watch?
So sorry, if the question already answered before.
Thanks again.
Apparently it isn’t reflected on the iPhone as they are kind of 2 separate ‘cards’ - different device tokens.
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Old 16-10-2017, 01:18 PM   #2329
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Also, it depends on your card issuer too. My AMEX card could see all transactions on my iPhone, even those done with my physical card.

Apparently it isn’t reflected on the iPhone as they are kind of 2 separate ‘cards’ - different device tokens.
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Old 16-10-2017, 01:32 PM   #2330
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Thanks for the info.
I don't have AMEX, currently only use visa & master.
I guess, just need to check my account more often, in case of double payment.
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Old 18-10-2017, 09:08 AM   #2331
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Unrelated to SG context but Apple Pay now works with ANZ eftpos cards in Australia. Rumoured release in some Scandinavian countries next week. As Apple Pay also works with Interac in Canada, there is no surprise that it can work with similar systems.

Given that NETS (our equivalent of eftpos) wants to launch their own contactless service, they better make it compatible with Apple Pay. Though what I'm seeing is they are pushing for QR payments for iPhones which kinda makes me sick.
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Old 18-10-2017, 09:31 AM   #2332
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Unrelated to SG context but Apple Pay now works with ANZ eftpos cards in Australia. Rumoured release in some Scandinavian countries next week. As Apple Pay also works with Interac in Canada, there is no surprise that it can work with similar systems.

Given that NETS (our equivalent of eftpos) wants to launch their own contactless service, they better make it compatible with Apple Pay. Though what I'm seeing is they are pushing for QR payments for iPhones which kinda makes me sick.
QR payment is just one of the prongs in this smart nation project. Apple pay and other mobile payments will also be supported in transit but the question is when will these be supported.

As different countries have different policies and existing infrastructure, we can't compare with another country outrightly..
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Old 18-10-2017, 11:36 AM   #2333
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QR payment is just one of the prongs in this smart nation project. Apple pay and other mobile payments will also be supported in transit but the question is when will these be supported.

As different countries have different policies and existing infrastructure, we can't compare with another country outrightly..
It's not exactly about comparing infrastructure. NETS can integrate contactless with Apple Pay (and they are even going to launch their own debit service) but instead they push for QR codes on iOS because they want to avoid paying extra fees. By doing this, they are creating another mobile payment method in an already confusing mess.
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Old 18-10-2017, 04:38 PM   #2334
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It's not exactly about comparing infrastructure. NETS can integrate contactless with Apple Pay (and they are even going to launch their own debit service) but instead they push for QR codes on iOS because they want to avoid paying extra fees. By doing this, they are creating another mobile payment method in an already confusing mess.
Boils down to money.
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Old 24-10-2017, 07:32 AM   #2335
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Following London, New York subway will make the switch too!

New York City subway will replace MetroCard with Apple Pay tap-to-pay starting in 2018.
http://iphone.appleinsider.com/artic...arting-in-2018
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Old 24-10-2017, 12:52 PM   #2336
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Sg is slow messy
So many cashless option
Even the new Netspay is cmi


Following London, New York subway will make the switch too!

New York City subway will replace MetroCard with Apple Pay tap-to-pay starting in 2018.
http://iphone.appleinsider.com/artic...arting-in-2018
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Old 24-10-2017, 01:33 PM   #2337
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Sg is slow messy
So many cashless option
Even the new Netspay is cmi
Ya. Sg too many options.

Just focus on Android n Apple pay will do mah - for those if really want to pay cashless n physical cardless. Ended so many cashless options. Getting more n more.

Facepalm.

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Old 24-10-2017, 01:37 PM   #2338
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Ya. Sg too many options.

Just focus on Android n Apple pay will do mah - for those if really want to pay cashless n physical cardless. Ended so many cashless options. Getting more n more.

Facepalm.
Yes. Especially NETSPay. Well, you can always have a debit card tied to the nets account and still use Android/Apple Pay.
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Old 24-10-2017, 08:09 PM   #2339
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Transaction fee for nets is much lower than your credit card.

Though it works the same way, it matters alot more to retailers who are running small businesses.

Yes. Especially NETSPay. Well, you can always have a debit card tied to the nets account and still use Android/Apple Pay.
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Old 24-10-2017, 08:14 PM   #2340
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Lol. It's easy to say that.

Nets itself is not a worldwide backbone but only merely for Singapore use. To make nets integrated to Apple Pay, you got ask tim Cook whether he wants not?

I don't think having qr codes will be causing a confusion. It just caters to different target clients.

Usually every 5 years or every 10 years the technology will die off if it's not well received, so we shall just wait a while and see how..

The latest singtel dash supports virtual visa payment. That one I'm taken aback cos I don't know who uses that. Lol.



It's not exactly about comparing infrastructure. NETS can integrate contactless with Apple Pay (and they are even going to launch their own debit service) but instead they push for QR codes on iOS because they want to avoid paying extra fees. By doing this, they are creating another mobile payment method in an already confusing mess.
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