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  Reply # 1522666 30-Mar-2016 10:08
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There are plenty of apps that allow you to enter the card numbers or even scan the barcode to store all in your phone.





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  Reply # 1523043 30-Mar-2016 23:51
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sounds similar to Coin https://onlycoin.com/ which recently got upgraded to EMV-NFC.





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  Reply # 1523080 31-Mar-2016 08:22
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freitasm:

 

There are plenty of apps that allow you to enter the card numbers or even scan the barcode to store all in your phone.

 

 

I am starting to use stocard - an android app.

 

Have some default card covers loaded like the AA and flybuys, but need a bar code on the card to scan and store.

 

Doesnt work for the countdown onecard as this only has the magnetic strip.  

 

Havent had chance to present the card to the shop assistant to scan, as it warns that older scanners might not pick 

 

up the barcode dues to the highly reflective gloss of the screen.

 

 


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