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  Reply # 1885460 18-Oct-2017 09:32
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Hopefully its enabled sooner than later :)


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  Reply # 1885531 18-Oct-2017 10:15
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gehenna:

 

I see ASB is introducing Fitbit payment.  LOL

 

 

 

 

LOL!!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1885555 18-Oct-2017 10:34
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gehenna:

 

I see ASB is introducing Fitbit payment.  LOL

 

 

This will be revolutionary and an amazing, easy way to pay!*

 

*For the 3 people in NZ who will use it.


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  Reply # 1885721 18-Oct-2017 14:06
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Would this allow smaller businesses to offer apple pay?

 

http://appleinsider.com/articles/17/10/17/anz-first-to-offer-contactless-eftpos-payments-in-australia-thanks-to-apple-pay


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  Reply # 1885758 18-Oct-2017 15:13
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ALTRON:

 

Would this allow smaller businesses to offer apple pay?

 

http://appleinsider.com/articles/17/10/17/anz-first-to-offer-contactless-eftpos-payments-in-australia-thanks-to-apple-pay

 

 

 

 

No plans on bringing it here, apparently....

 

 

 

https://twitter.com/RoBiNh0oD/status/920443206679928833 


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  Reply # 1885974 18-Oct-2017 21:44
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Oh hey looks like they did somehow get EFTPOS working through applepay :p

Good to see. Hopefully they can do more within NZ too.

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  Reply # 1885997 18-Oct-2017 23:28
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Mspec:

 

I have android pay with BNZ and I thought I would not really use it but I use it all the time.  . . .

 

 

exactly my experience as well.
Now there's nothing more annoying than going to pay in a store and seeing a little note sticky taped to the eftpos machine stating "no paywave" (even in some major retailers like Mitre 10)!!!


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  Reply # 1886176 19-Oct-2017 11:31
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I don't have the stock battery on my note 4 now and that's what does the NFC. Can't say miss paying with the phone that much.




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  Reply # 1888346 24-Oct-2017 08:42
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It's live now. Looks like they soft launched it. https://www.bnz.co.nz/support/mobile-payments/apple-pay/requirements-for-using-apple-pay

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  Reply # 1888444 24-Oct-2017 11:14
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I’ve gone into the bank and opened a new account.... hopefully should have my card and ready for Apple Pay by end of week!





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Seems like there's a few issues with activation on Macs. I have it working on everything but on the MacBook the only way to activate it was to call them. Gave them a call and they said they're aware of some issues and they're working on it and to give it a bit longer.

 

Just in case anyone else is having trouble with activation on a Mac!





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  Reply # 1888600 24-Oct-2017 13:56
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Done!  Apple Pay is now setup on my iPhone and Apple Watch.

 

 





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corksta:

 

Seems like there's a few issues with activation on Macs. I have it working on everything but on the MacBook the only way to activate it was to call them. Gave them a call and they said they're aware of some issues and they're working on it and to give it a bit longer.

 

Just in case anyone else is having trouble with activation on a Mac!

 

 

So, am I understanding correctly that you have to go through a separate Mac activation process in order to use it for online shopping? I haven't seen any instructions on how to do this - is there a wallet app on the Mac?


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alasta:

corksta:


Seems like there's a few issues with activation on Macs. I have it working on everything but on the MacBook the only way to activate it was to call them. Gave them a call and they said they're aware of some issues and they're working on it and to give it a bit longer.


Just in case anyone else is having trouble with activation on a Mac!



So, am I understanding correctly that you have to go through a separate Mac activation process in order to use it for online shopping? I haven't seen any instructions on how to do this - is there a wallet app on the Mac?



Every device you wish to use with Apple Pay has to have the card loaded onto it, there’s no setup syncing between devices. In System Preferences on the Mac there’s a ‘Wallet & Apple Pay’ setting where you can add the card. When I was setting it up the only option it offered to activate my cards was to call the BNZ. I haven’t had a chance to see if it’s working yet.




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  Reply # 1889180 25-Oct-2017 10:32
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corksta:

Every device you wish to use with Apple Pay has to have the card loaded onto it, there’s no setup syncing between devices. In System Preferences on the Mac there’s a ‘Wallet & Apple Pay’ setting where you can add the card. When I was setting it up the only option it offered to activate my cards was to call the BNZ. I haven’t had a chance to see if it’s working yet.

 

I don't have the Wallet & Apple Pay option in my system preferences but my understanding of Apple's support page is that this is only available on Macs with integrated Touch ID. It appears that Macs without this feature can initiate an online Apple Pay transaction, with the transaction completed on an iPhone.


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