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    • pilotamx
    • By pilotamx 16th Sep 17, 9:44 PM
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    Best android pay enabled credit card
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    • 16th Sep 17, 9:44 PM
    Best android pay enabled credit card 16th Sep 17 at 9:44 PM
    Hi All,

    this thread is probably strange, but I am looking for the most viable credit card supports android pay. Basically, I actually have just my Barclays debit and recently received an Amex gold. Although the Amex is my preferred card, I would like to consider another Visa/MasterCard can be used with Android pay so I can use it together with Amex. Barclays does not support Android Pay; they force you to use their own application and it cannot work if Android pay is enabled.

    I have no bad credit history and the rating, according to Experian is good. However, I am relatively new in the UK. This means that I cannot provide 3 years address history. For Amex, this wasn't a problem as the online form was clearly able to catch a foreign address. Anyway, with other issuers it seems to be a limit.

    According to Android Pay website, most of the enabled cards belongs to banks (in the sense of credit card issued for people who already have a current account in that bank).

    Is anyway aware about credit cards supported on Android pay where the issues has not strict UK residency requirements?

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