Luke5119, 23 Sep 2017As much as I love using Android Pay, so few businesses and restaurants I visit actually suppor... moreI don't agree with your reasoning for Samsung Pay to be lumped into the group of Apple and Android Pay as far as hindered forms of payment. Samsung Pay is accepted virtually everywhere credit is accepted.
Due to supermarkets doing thing different, some won't give you a receipt until you remove your card, I have left two of my card in store
They have been found and destroyed by the store, but if you report a card lost or stolen you get issued with a new card
The problem is say Ebay, you have to register the new card and get it confirmed
Google Pay is better for me, ny phone is not carried around but is securely kept in my pocket
Luke5119, 23 Sep 2017As much as I love using Android Pay, so few businesses and restaurants I visit actually suppor... moreHere in europe I can pay with android pay anywhere way they accept cards it is pretty useful for me.
marclee37, 23 Sep 2017the phone have to be locked up completely if chose to use the wallet function. why not give us... moreAs much as I love using Android Pay, so few businesses and restaurants I visit actually support it that I hardly ever use it anymore. It took several decades before credit card terminals were universally standard across the board, and to this day I still find several restaurants that are cash only. I still view Android Pay, Samsung Pay, and Apple Pay as a hindered alternative form of payment. Because it isn't the industry standard, many of us just resort to using our credit/debit cards. Because this form of payment is still in its infancy, we're decades away from being able to pay with our phones or smart watches anywhere we go.
the phone have to be locked up completely if chose to use the wallet function. why not give users more options. the phone have to be unlocked more than 30 times a day. no locking is always the the fastest and easiest.
physical wallet, there is no locking either, point is, we put the physical wallet at a safe place always, a place where no strangers can access.
AnonD-558092, 23 Sep 2017Why are there so many banks? I wouldn't be able to choose between 996 banks!There are so many, because US people refuse to stay with only one bank and complain about every charge and they only want everything just for free without paying any penny.
I'm probably not able to up-vote my own posts 1707 times.
Oh nice. Now my phone will be a better trophy for thieves. Thanks Google. How nice it is going to be watching your surroundings every time you take the phone. Even if you have it disabled.
Why are there so many banks? I wouldn't be able to choose between 996 banks!