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Good to know! Seems like my old Absa Student CC works along with my Premium CC.Credit Cards also work.
Side Note: FNBy (Youth and Students accounts) cards are also supported!
Yeah very lucky.Lucky you. I didn’t get jack. :-( Too slow. I only ordered Sushi the afternoon
Yeah very lucky.
FNB users were hungry for Apple Pay.
How could we calculate how many First National Bank (FNB) customers sport Apple devices? Easy. Just launch Apple Pay functionality and see how many sign up.stuff.co.za
Probably got 50 ebucks and a free pen and decided to stayI was fortunate as I'd loaded the VC when I got to work and walked round to Woolies mid morning. So I used it before the email went out about the first 1000 people
Wow, that's a big number. I'm wondering how many people actually went through with the threats to leave though?
Catching up on older messages. What happens if you’ve only set up a virtual card and a merchant asks for the PIN when you use Apple Pay? Is there a way to view/generate a pin in the banking app? Or do you just have to cancel and fall back to a different payment method?
Your device's security architecture (faceID + secure element) is certified to stand in for the PIN. How Apple Pay (and friends) workCatching up on older messages. What happens if you’ve only set up a virtual card and a merchant asks for the PIN when you use Apple Pay? Is there a way to view/generate a pin in the banking app? Or do you just have to cancel and fall back to a different payment method?
once again this is false, i buy coffee 4 times a week from Chateaux in pineslopes with my watch and it asks for pin every single time.Apple Pay doesn't work like that. I've used it plenty times now with a FNB VC and never been asked. I've also used AP overseas plenty times with other banks and they never ask for PINs. A PIN is to ensure your card has not been stolen or lifted by someone and they try to use fraudulently, but with AP your identity is verified by the Face ID or fingerprint on your phone so no need for a PIN.
Which Stodels is this? Although I don't use/have Apple pay, I am pretty sure I have used Samsung pay at the Stellenberg branch before