afis1904 wrote: »
You don't need to open the app, unless it's Samsung Pay. Just unlock your screen and hold the phone to the card terminal
molerat wrote: »
I like that function. Dates and times of where you used GPay then flick through each card to see that info for the particular card. Location also shown on a map.
colsten wrote: »
Absolutely. Selecting the digital card you want to pay with takes a fraction of the time it takes to pull the right physical card out of your physical wallet. And the risk of ever losing (by accident or to thieves) any or all of your cards is next to zero. Also, the risk of forgetting one of your cards at home is minimised.
xlnc99 wrote: »
from the discussion on here it looks like google pay is most popular for people without iphones who use apple pay. i am leaning towards google pay
Wheres_My_Cashback wrote: »
Samsung has limited availability of financial institutions who've signed up to enable it so probably best to go with Google, try it and see how many milliseconds you can save in your day to day life. It could be life changing
xlnc99 wrote: »
google pay also shows location of payment? that is a nice feature! how far to the receipts go for any transactions made? 1 year? 2 years?
google pay sounds like the one for me
Mrs_Ryan wrote: »
My Apple Pay is an absolute godsend. I do carry my debit card but rarely use it- if I needed cash I can use the ‘Get Cash’ feature through the NatWest app so don’t really need to. My credit cards aren’t compatible with Apple Pay though so if I want to pay by credit card I do have to tap them.
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