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I actually managed to get one on the day they made them live last year. Have it linked to my Admyt account. Can’t really see the hype I have to say, I’m sure it is safer for online tho.
Still UK only I believe but it's available in the SA App store.Try this company, I use my FNB card/s as the underlying bank.... and use the curve card as an Apple Pay card. FNB sees my curve card purchases (physical card or Apple Pay) as an online purchase. And I get Apple Pay without needing to fund another bank account or card!!
I’ve had Apple Pay on this card for a year or so now. Brilliant!
Got the card sent to family overseas. Had to create a free “Monese” account to activate the curve card, as they want an international card to activate it initially. But afterwards I’ve added numerous FNB cards and new cards and use Apple Pay with no issues.
Recently they removed their app from the “US” App Store. So also had to create a “UK” Apple ID account to install the app and get updates.
But totally worth it.
Apple Pay on my iPhone and my Apple Watch!!
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Sometimes I wish I understood Android so I could just get a Samsung with s-pay and just call it a day coz apple is really testing my patience now.
Samsung or any Android is quick enough to learn. A few days and you'll be into it.
But I have to say mate, for all the possible deal breakers that would make you change platforms, I can't get my head around this one. It seems such a small issue when we have bank cards we can use to buy things in the meantime
Don’t. I just left the Android lifestyle. It’s annoying being reminded your a second class citizen when it comes to apps and services.Sometimes I wish I understood Android so I could just get a Samsung with s-pay and just call it a day coz apple is really testing my patience now.