Pity the biggest and most popular Australian bank (Commonwealth bank) is not on the list...
A Note 4 user, 15 Jul 2016the point is that samsung wants to get comissions from your purchases, and also know what you ... moreBoth Android Pay and Samsung Pay do my charge a fee or commission.
Apple Pay charges the commission.
I suspect the issue with the big banks is that they have their own nfc payment apps *have for a long time) and invested a lot of money into did systems. A tad hard to justify the walk away from that I assume.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2016whats the point, most banking apps in Australia let you swipe your phone to pay.the point is that samsung wants to get comissions from your purchases, and also know what you buy, where and when.
I guess that's too much for a device manufacturer...
Who is so out of their minds as to share personal/bank details with an Android device considering it's the least secure mobile OS out there?
whats the point, most banking apps in Australia let you swipe your phone to pay.
Bankwest better hurry up as well or I may have to switch my credit card.