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Old 27-08-2019, 07:21 PM   #2461
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Points expiring but nothing nice to redeem
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:22 PM   #2462
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Yesterday added UOB Visa for my Note10+ and just now used it for the first time for MRT, but no points added to Samsung Pay rewards.

Am I missing out anything?
Credit card or debit card? Debit is tmr, credit need to wait, it's consolidated, don't remember how much/how many days
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:25 PM   #2463
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Oh. Cos I think usually normal transactions you have to insert the card first before keying in the value? Not sure haha. And where do I place the phone?
YouTube Samsung Pay MST. It's wherever your credit card suppose to swipe, side of the reader.
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:26 PM   #2464
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Credit card or debit card? Debit is tmr, credit need to wait, it's consolidated, don't remember how much/how many days
no.. credit and debit no difference.. the difference is when you use visa or mastercard

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Old 27-08-2019, 07:29 PM   #2465
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visa will charge daily. whatever you use today will be charged to you in the morning of the next day.

the exact logic for MasterCard's settlement mode is based on accumulation of,

- up to 5 days,
- accumulation of $15,
- accumulation of 21 transactions,

whichever happens first will trigger the settlement of the accumulated fares..

for the 21 transactions, it is counted based on per tap basis. i.e. tapping upon boarding and then tapping on exit = 2 transactions.

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Old 27-08-2019, 07:38 PM   #2466
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If you're using Samsung Pay for transit as well, don't need wake the device. Can just tap your phone with the screen still off, and it'll detect. You can't do that with Google Pay. That's possibly the only difference. The points thing really add up if you're using a VISA card for transit since you get a lot of points (which is why I applied and am waiting for my DBS visa debit card, even though I already have a POSB Mastercard debit card for transit).
If using as transit card, does it mean that the NFC will always always on?

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Old 27-08-2019, 07:38 PM   #2467
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Aiyo..... lai..... let's understand how Samsung Pay rewards and SimplyGo works again....

Samsung Pay rewards
Only get points when your card is charged.

VISA SimplyGo
Consolidated daily, whole day how many trips you made in total. Charged the next day, meaning get Samsung Pay rewards the next day since your card is charged the next day.

MASTERCARD SimplyGo
Charged to your card when (a) you have travelled $15 worth of journey, or (b) you have used the card for 5 days but not exceeded $15 worth of journey. You will get Samsung Pay rewards once you have fulfilled either condition.
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:41 PM   #2468
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visa will charge daily. whatever you use today will be charged to you in the morning of the next day.

the exact logic for MasterCard's settlement mode is based on accumulation of,

- up to 5 days,
- accumulation of $15,
- accumulation of 21 transactions,

whichever happens first will trigger the settlement of the accumulated fares..

for the 21 transactions, it is counted based on per tap basis. i.e. tapping upon boarding and then tapping on exit = 2 transactions.

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I don't see the 21 transactions condition from the SimplyGo website for Mastercard

SimplyGo FAQ
https://simplygo.transitlink.com.sg/FAQs

Is it mentioned elsewhere?
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:45 PM   #2469
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If using as transit card, does it mean that the NFC will always always on?

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No need NFC to be switched on 24/7

Will auto switch on when you place your phone at the reader but may have lag time

Anyway, NFC will use up very negligible battery power. I keep it switched on 24/7
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:47 PM   #2470
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I don't see the 21 transactions condition from the SimplyGo website for Mastercard

SimplyGo FAQ
https://simplygo.transitlink.com.sg/FAQs

Is it mentioned elsewhere?
call the banks and ask.. they have this info where it's not shown on simply go website.. same as the previous MasterCard issue where your cards gets permanently blocked if you perform 1024 contactless transactions without any chip transactions inbetween.

otherwise, you can ownself test the 21 transactions if you don't believe.

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Old 27-08-2019, 07:55 PM   #2471
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Credit card or debit card? Debit is tmr, credit need to wait, it's consolidated, don't remember how much/how many days
Credit card.
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Old 27-08-2019, 07:57 PM   #2472
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Wait till tmr
Takes awhile. Or after accumulated abit

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Old 27-08-2019, 11:16 PM   #2473
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no.. credit and debit no difference.. the difference is when you use visa or mastercard

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Oh wait... My visa credit card I used the physical card. no points, cos HSBC isn't supporting Samsung Pay/Google Pay. Lol. Sorry, wrong info from me regarding debit and credit

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Old 27-08-2019, 11:19 PM   #2474
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No need NFC to be switched on 24/7

Will auto switch on when you place your phone at the reader but may have lag time

Anyway, NFC will use up very negligible battery power. I keep it switched on 24/7
I don't think it'll auto on. Unless you are using the authenticate version. Anyone tried with NFC off?
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Old 28-08-2019, 02:44 AM   #2475
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I don't think it'll auto on. Unless you are using the authenticate version. Anyone tried with NFC off?
Yup. It will not work. And there's no auto on NFC function like what some others are saying. If NFC off, 100% won't work.
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