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# 80886 5-Apr-2011 21:47
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goto http://m.qjmp.co.nz on your phone to download.  Same link will install java app for older phones or iphone app.




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  # 455686 5-Apr-2011 21:52
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For those that couldn't read the link above (like me!) it is qjmp in the middle there.

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  # 455693 5-Apr-2011 22:03
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So not available via the Android Market?

 
 
 
 


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  # 455702 5-Apr-2011 22:26
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Yep, its in the Market too - search for Altaine (the dev, Subway brings up too many matches).

I had trouble reading the initial post too - I thought it said m.gimp.co.nz - thought it may have been some elaborate April fools prank...




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  # 455708 5-Apr-2011 22:47
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i have thw windows phone 7 version installed. quite an impressive app really - subway sure are switched on :)




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  # 455739 5-Apr-2011 23:57
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NZtechfreak: Yep, its in the Market too - search for Altaine (the dev, Subway brings up too many matches).

I had trouble reading the initial post too - I thought it said m.gimp.co.nz - thought it may have been some elaborate April fools prank...

"subway new zealand" in the market works too.
Its stupid though that it says in fine print you still have to present your actual subcard to earn points, despite the fact the QR code has the same barcode representation -_- 

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I think you can just use the barcode from within the app can't you?




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  # 456162 6-Apr-2011 22:42
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I just got told by the app "this will replace your existing subcard"




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  # 456188 7-Apr-2011 00:39
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i scanned the phone in the store today, didnt even get my card out. the receipt showed that they had increaed points and entered me in the draw. refreshing the balance page on the phone also showed the change. i'm pretty sure i also saw something that said i didnt need the card if i had the phone app..




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  # 456233 7-Apr-2011 09:08
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eXDee:
NZtechfreak: Yep, its in the Market too - search for Altaine (the dev, Subway brings up too many matches).

I had trouble reading the initial post too - I thought it said m.gimp.co.nz - thought it may have been some elaborate April fools prank...

"subway new zealand" in the market works too.
Its stupid though that it says in fine print you still have to present your actual subcard to earn points, despite the fact the QR code has the same barcode representation -_- 

That confused me too.  I think it's referring to ordering your sub via the app.  You still need to scan the barcode (actual card or app) to get the points, ordering through the app isn't enough.

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  # 456737 8-Apr-2011 13:30
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I used this the other day. It worked well, and I found the usability of the app to be pretty good.

Well done.

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