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Topic # 225508 22-Nov-2017 11:10
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https://futurefive.co.nz/story/two-million-anz-consumers-now-have-access-future-payment/

 

When I first read this I thought it was NZ, unfortunately not. Gives me hope for the future though


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  Reply # 1905722 22-Nov-2017 12:06
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Well thats annoying. I still can't use the normal one, unlike aus which is freeforall models, NZ is limited to pretty much Samsungs.

 

And my Moto isn't :( However I now note they have done 1 model, funny enough a near nexus equivalent. 

 

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  Reply # 1905729 22-Nov-2017 12:23
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EFTPOS in Australia was recently upgraded to allow contactless transactions

 

https://www.nfcworld.com/2017/07/11/353897/eftpos-australia-contactless-mobile-payments-upgrade/

 

In NZ EFTPOS is a purely contact transactions, there is no facility to do contactless payments,

 

I don't this anyone has an contactless EFTPOS card that doesn't have or Visa/mastercard branding on it somewhere,


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1905990 22-Nov-2017 20:45
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Oblivian:

 

Well thats annoying. I still can't use the normal one, unlike aus which is freeforall models, NZ is limited to pretty much Samsungs.

 

And my Moto isn't :( However I now note they have done 1 model, funny enough a near nexus equivalent. 

 

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The current goMoney app has limited handsets and this hasn't been expanded recently as ANZ NZ are moving to Android Pay. This was supposed to happen not long after ANZ Australia moved from goMoney to Android Pay but seems to have been delayed quite significantly.

 

As for using non supported phones with goMoney have you asked ANZ about your phone? I had my Xperia XZ whitelisted by them so it works all within a couple of hours of providing the device details to their social media team.


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  Reply # 1905994 22-Nov-2017 20:51
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Oblivian:


Well thats annoying. I still can't use the normal one, unlike aus which is freeforall models, NZ is limited to pretty much Samsungs.


And my Moto isn't :( However I now note they have done 1 model, funny enough a near nexus equivalent. 



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The current goMoney app has limited handsets and this hasn't been expanded recently as ANZ NZ are moving to Android Pay. This was supposed to happen not long after ANZ Australia moved from goMoney to Android Pay but seems to have been delayed quite significantly.


As for using non supported phones with goMoney have you asked ANZ about your phone? I had my Xperia XZ whitelisted by them so it works all within a couple of hours of providing the device details to their social media team.



Nope but hadn't. Figured they were just sticking to the guns. Moto X was the 1:1 of an S5 on release so I'm possibly a lone case. It shows up in the NFC and tap and pay section, just fails when using.

Also surprised about how android pay is bouncing around providers. After I shut down BNZ when they ditched airpoints :/ wonder if they have some sort of lock in agreements for the first year(s)

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  Reply # 1906002 22-Nov-2017 20:57
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Oblivian:
Nope but hadn't. Figured they were just sticking to the guns. Moto X was the 1:1 of an S5 on release so I'm possibly a lone case. It shows up in the NFC and tap and pay section, just fails when using.

Also surprised about how android pay is bouncing around providers. After I shut down BNZ when they ditched airpoints :/ wonder if they have some sort of lock in agreements for the first year(s)

 

Are other Moto phones supported? If none are it's possible it won't work. All the Xperia's are the same and earlier ones were whitelisted so adding new ones is easy.

 

I don't believe there was an exclusive for Android Pay, I just think ANZ reprioritised lots of other backend upgrades first.

 

 


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