icancto, 02 Aug 2019how is it not secure?Put yet another complex software layer between you and your bank, a hundred things can and will go wrong. Just another thing that needs constant security updates.
And this software layer is Google by the way, the for-profit American company that collects information for itself and the U.S. government. Why would anyone happily give them insight in how you spend your money?
icancto, 02 Aug 2019how is it not secure?Man few years ago my Acc been hacked when i was paying by tzhis service since then i have problems with them.
I lost my credit card or to be exact my bank called me they cancelled my credit card and sending me completely new due to a hack.
Since then i am much more carefull.
CptPower, 02 Aug 2019Not secure not interested. how is it not secure?
Google check your list again because Pakistan is not mention in list
galaxyS7, 31 Jul 2019I am using Samsung pay .just like Google pay I guess.. Samsung pay is way convenient than the ... moreOk, understandable if you always have your phone with you and/or have a lot of card. I think it's just not for me because I often go out without phone and only have 1 card, that is easier to get in a Pocket, especially in summer when you only have a small pocket.
I would go with paylib in this case, since it's the solution of the banks and not a manufacturer/GAFA I don't trust at all.
For some reason you missed several European Banks ie in Czech republic.
mayo, 31 Jul 2019Honestly the google pay support for ASB took forever that the bank actually had a nfc payment ... moreLoaded Google Pay to my ASB account OK and downloaded the app to discover that my phone doesn't support NFC. Maybe next phone.
Hildr, 31 Jul 2019French here, never ever heard of PCS. And what I see on the internet doesn't feel really used ... moreIf you don't have any RFID protection in your wallet, then it's really easy to steal a bit of money from your card. And if your phone has NFC, then you can use it just like your card. The difference is your card is "always ready to read", while the phone has to send the data first. And if you have multiple cards, you can store them all within the app.
The only downside is that it's Google. It might be secure, but they like to play with the data. So who knows how really secure it is.
Hildr, 31 Jul 2019French here, never ever heard of PCS. And what I see on the internet doesn't feel really used ... moreYou use google pay instead of your card as in some/most shops there is no limit (Or higher limit) than the cards limit of ¬Ä30
Hildr, 31 Jul 2019French here, never ever heard of PCS. And what I see on the internet doesn't feel really used ... moreI am using Samsung pay .just like Google pay I guess.. Samsung pay is way convenient than the card. Because it can save many cards. You never lose your cards if it's in the phone. Trust me it's good...
French here, never ever heard of PCS. And what I see on the internet doesn't feel really used here.
Plus, my credit card is NFC, why should I bother using my phone, launching the app, identify myself, when it's just seamless with a card? Or is it working without identification and launching the app automatically? Still, I wouldn't give my phone to the seller for him using the wireless, too many risk he drops it to the floor, because here it's often the seller that have the terminal in hand and you just give him the card. And for sure, I would use my bank app rather than gogol that has far too much power already.
In Europe there no need for a middle man we have PSD2 you can allow any transaction direct from your bank account, no cards or other fancy Mambo Jambo tonly you and the shop
In Denmark we have mobilepay, most people use this and i trust it more then Google... For sure.
Rather than nfc hardware bound, you should imitate china and do QR code payment. Less hassle and both need internet connection anyway
More and more places are using NFC for contactless payments. Yet RealMe and Redmi don't bother adding it the their phones. Realme 3 Pro and Redmi Note 7 are 200 Euros in Europe. For that price people expect contactless payment support. Honor, Nokia and Moto devices costing the same have NFC