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  Reply # 1650148 13-Oct-2016 09:44
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It should work at any contactless terminal, with any ANZ Visa or Mastercard branded plastic.

 

Debit or credit should not matter... but I haven't tested it yet!

 

 


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  Reply # 1650272 13-Oct-2016 12:03
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Really excited about this. My card is now successfully enrolled (very easy), so time to go shopping in my lunch break.

 

I was nearly going to cancel my ANZ visa. Not anymore.


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  Reply # 1650277 13-Oct-2016 12:09
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gmanp:

It should work at any contactless terminal, with any ANZ Visa or Mastercard branded plastic.


Debit or credit should not matter... but I haven't tested it yet!


 



Countdown didn't play by those rules. Same with Kmart. They would have contactless readers but if you used a debit card it would say not supported or something and force you to insert the card. If you used a credit card however it would work fine. I havnt tried it in a long time because of that so I'm not sure if that's even a thing anymore. Was really annoying because you'd look like a fool when it said no haha

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  Reply # 1650325 13-Oct-2016 12:26
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tardtasticx:
gmanp:

 

It should work at any contactless terminal, with any ANZ Visa or Mastercard branded plastic.

 

 

 

Debit or credit should not matter... but I haven't tested it yet!

 

 

 

 

 



Countdown didn't play by those rules. Same with Kmart. They would have contactless readers but if you used a debit card it would say not supported or something and force you to insert the card. If you used a credit card however it would work fine. I havnt tried it in a long time because of that so I'm not sure if that's even a thing anymore. Was really annoying because you'd look like a fool when it said no haha

 

 

 

But given that Apple Pay only trasmits a token, there is no way for the terminal/retailer to know what the actual account being used is,


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  Reply # 1650365 13-Oct-2016 13:12
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ashtonaut: Having issues adding my ANZ Visa (says not supported but it is), waiting for a call back from support. They said they are having a few teething issues.

 

Ditto yet my girlfriend's card (she is the primary holder of the account and I have a secondary car) worked after two attempts.  Hopefully ANZ call be back with some good news.


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  Reply # 1650374 13-Oct-2016 13:29
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I registered this morning. It was very easy for the Apple wallet to drag my CC details from iCloud. I've tried it twice so far. The results:

 

     

  1. At Starbucks the transaction succeeded but the merchant copy of the receipt said "accept with signature" so I had to sign. Very odd.
  2. At lunch I tried it in a local food court and the Apple Pay transaction was declined twice. I tried the linked card directly and that worked via PayWave.

 

I am having a DM with the ANZ via Twitter who are looking at it now.


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  Reply # 1650383 13-Oct-2016 13:40
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Well ANZ got back to me saying there was no reason on their end for the decline. They said it may have been a "terminal error" and to let them know if this becomes an ongoing issue.


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  Reply # 1650384 13-Oct-2016 13:40
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I've used my visa debit (card) PayPass at countdown and Kmart within the last several months in the Auckland region. Definitely works. There was a point in time however when they didn't accept PayPass (esp at countdown unless you had a countdown Visa card)

Sidenote, used my Apple Watch to pay for my subway today. It worked but the experience was a bit finnicky esp because I wanted to scan my Subcard as well through the iPhone app.

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  Reply # 1650389 13-Oct-2016 13:55
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Sidenote, used my Apple Watch to pay for my subway today. It worked but the experience was a bit finnicky esp because I wanted to scan my Subcard as well through the iPhone app.

 

With the release of Apple Pay in New Zealand this may spur the local retailers to link their loyalty cards to the Apple Wallet also.


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  Reply # 1650431 13-Oct-2016 14:23
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EDIT: I stated earlier that Apple Pay was ANZ Visa or Mastercard, but it is currently ANZ Visa cards only.

 

 

 

I seem to recall ANZ's Apple Pay page previously saying Mastercard as well, but they've either changed that, or I miss-remembered.

 

 


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  Reply # 1650458 13-Oct-2016 14:40
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Argh. I have a ANZ Mastercard... not supported to Add..


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  Reply # 1650462 13-Oct-2016 14:42
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gmanp:

EDIT: I stated earlier that Apple Pay was ANZ Visa or Mastercard, but it is currently ANZ Visa cards only.


 


I seem to recall ANZ's Apple Pay page previously saying Mastercard as well, but they've either changed that, or I miss-remembered.


 



May have read ANZ Aus page? I did that the other day. They were visa only but later introduced MasterCard support.



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  Reply # 1650510 13-Oct-2016 15:41
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tardtasticx:
gmanp:

 

It should work at any contactless terminal, with any ANZ Visa or Mastercard branded plastic.

 

 

 

Debit or credit should not matter... but I haven't tested it yet!

 

 

 

 

 



Countdown didn't play by those rules. Same with Kmart. They would have contactless readers but if you used a debit card it would say not supported or something and force you to insert the card. If you used a credit card however it would work fine. I havnt tried it in a long time because of that so I'm not sure if that's even a thing anymore. Was really annoying because you'd look like a fool when it said no haha

 

 

 

Countdown has supported Debit cards via Paywave for a bit now, was around the time of Semble's release from memory.





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  Reply # 1650580 13-Oct-2016 17:11
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2/2 successful attempts for me so far with my ANZ Visa (Credit). Countdown and Subway.

 

My preferred method at this early stage is the "double click the home button" which then brings up the PayWave screen and tells you if it needs your fingerprint again (if it hasn't already read it when you clicked the home button).


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  Reply # 1650582 13-Oct-2016 17:14
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gmanp:

 

It should work at any contactless terminal, with any ANZ Visa or Mastercard branded plastic.

 

Debit or credit should not matter... but I haven't tested it yet!

 

Only some types of Visa cards are supported (both Debit and Credit).





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