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Topic # 109036 11-Sep-2012 14:05
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Has anyone successfully used the Subway app for Windows phone and linked their Subway card to it (the first step in the process of actually using it)?

Every time I attempt to do it, I just get a error of “Sorry there was an unexpected problem, please restart the application and try again”. Phoned the 0800 number for Subway and conversation did not get off to a good start when they had never heard of a Windows Phone device. Anyway have subsequently sent off some screenshots, so we will see what happens.

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  Reply # 684381 11-Sep-2012 14:07
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Well only just finished typing that when got a phone call from Subway saying there is updated app waiting for approval which will resolve the issue. Good service!!!

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  Reply # 684385 11-Sep-2012 14:10
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That's good to hear. Although the app on my WinPho has been working for me for ages.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 684428 11-Sep-2012 15:16
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Maybe they broke it in their last release :) I was using the iPhone version on my work phone previously.

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  Reply # 685684 13-Sep-2012 16:22
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Nice! I had noticed this problem a while back and was wondering when a fix was coming along.

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