Sid, 20 Apr 2016I can feel your pain. I am from UK as well and it is truly not Samsung's fault. The silly p... moreI doubt that is the total problem. Android Pay is support by loads of banks. Barclay are a retarded bank anyway. There's no value or reason why anyone would stay with them or transfer to them. They don't have the best customer service, offers, rates etc So while the Barclay's bank doesn't support it its not a reason to stop the launch of a very applicable service. This is on Samsung for me. If you truly believe your product is superior to your biggest rivals, then you won't delay or wait to shove it out of the door. Google has to take some flak as well because they too are late. I'm happy to use my own cards but I'm not happy with buying into a system features were advertised for and then not getting them.
Sid, 20 Apr 2016I can feel your pain.
I am from UK as well and it is truly not Samsung's fault. The silly p... moreIn the uk apple got in first. So they with their american collegues , the visa/ master boys don't want samsung streaming ahead with its ultra acceptible magnetic strip tech, so they are trying to block authorising MS tech in the Uk, thus attempting to make samsung an unneccessary lesser option.
Lousy treatment again by bully apple ? MS is already acceptible elswhere but then of course , thats where apple are big you see.
joenathanz74, 20 Apr 2016This goes after earlier this week Apple Pay coming to Singapore. So coincidentally acccident right?just doors opening friend, just doors opening.
kwl189, 20 Apr 2016And still not in the UK ¬_¬ Great work Samsung as usual. Won't be purchasing another S... moreI can feel your pain.
I am from UK as well and it is truly not Samsung's fault. The silly people in control in this country not allowing it. Banks are not giving their rights to it such as Barclays. As Barclays do not support Apple pay also just because people will stop buying its NFC tag, fobs and other products.
It is not only Samsung it is for Android Pay also. People are in this country are too much in love with iPhone.
This goes after earlier this week Apple Pay coming to Singapore. So coincidentally acccident right?
And still not in the UK ¬_¬ Great work Samsung as usual. Won't be purchasing another Samsung phone to upgrade from my Note 5 and I'll do my best to avoid any products made by them. I'm being harsh but I imported Note 5 to take advantage of all these brilliant features and Samsung has not delivered at all. They were painfully slow with the Marshmallow update as well. Best hardware, perhaps but awful support and software sullies their name and reputation.